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Weʼre raising £10,000 to ensure the future of a professional football club in Torquay.

Torquay, United Kingdom
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What is the purpose of this page?
The purpose of this crowdfunding page is to allow all sorts of football fans to contribute to the cause of community ownership, not just Torquay United fans. Having witnessed events like FansReunited, the Torquay United Supporters Trust decided to come up with this page. A page for fans of any team to donate, (should they wish) to the goal of community ownership for Torquay United. Torquay United fans can get involved by becoming TUST members, as well as donating to the 'Forever Yellow' fund.

Why this page?
With time running out for potential investors to step in and save Torquay United, the issue of community ownership is becoming more and more important by the day. By setting up this page, we are not discounting the incredible support we have received from our fanbase. The TUST's current membership is something we're incredibly proud of and hope to continue building.

Why should other fans get involved?
To be clear - we don't want to take away from other supporters trust/community organisations. We are simply reaching out as we feel the current situation regarding the ownership of the club is serious - thus requires serious action. We are looking for any kind of donations from football fans who don't want to see another good, honest club go away.

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      James Murphy

      Torquay, United Kingdom

      The purpose of this crowdfunding page is to allow all sorts of football fans to contribute to ensuring the future of Torquay United Football Club.

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