Campaign target smashed
AFC Wimbledon supporters again showed the effectiveness of fan power last night, as the War Child and AFC Wimbledon Foundation campaign smashed through a significant number.
The pre order figure of 500 earphones was reached comfortably before midnight last night with days to spare, following a steady increase of sales during the day.
It doesn’t stop there though! Organisers are now hoping to see just how far campaign sales will go in the time remaining and the difference your support could make.
England cricketer and AFC Wimbledon fan Mark Wood and former Wimbledon defender John Scales added their support to that of AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley, goalkeeper James Shea, captain Barry Fuller and strikers Ade Azeez and Bayo Akinfenwa as Dons fans rallied to back two great causes.
channel, Neal talks passionately about the campaign and how it can make a difference. You Tube In a new video, which can be viewed on our
Our campaign asks supporters to pre-order a high-spec pair of earphones for £20 that are designed in the AFC Wimbledon colours with a War Child mic.
page to pledge your support and check on the latest astonishing total. Campaign Visit our
War Child provide life-changing support to the most vulnerable children whose families, communities and schools have been torn apart by war.
AFC Wimbledon will be sharing the profits of each pre-order 50/50 between the AFC Wimbledon Foundation and War Child.