In just over 24 hours you helped us raise £1m towards our dream move back to Wimbledon - and our new stadium in Plough Lane.
Thank you, thank you, thank you - it's a fan-tastic achievement - but let's not get complacent! Our minimum target for the campaign is £2m and our ambitions don't stop there. In fact, we'd love it if you could help the team by spreading the word far and wide about our unique crowdfunding campaign and the astonishing perks that are available.
Many of you have been asking some important questions since our campaign went public. Please rest assured, we're working through them all right now and we'll be publishing a comprehensive list of answers asap. Keep watching this space.
A lot of you have noticed a figure of £2million - but this is simply the absolute MINIMUM we believe we need to raise as part of this campaign, which together with the debt we are working to secure, is the minimum we need to build a stadium. We want to raise much more than £2m as this will allow us to build a better stadium and mean we don't have to borrow as much from the banks. We can raise up to £7m through this crowdfunding, which is why we'd love it if you could help the team by telling as many people as you can about our unique campaign and the astonishing perks that are available.
To view Crowdfunding Q&As please CLICK HERE
If you want to check out what perks you could get if you invest CLICK HERE
You're doing great so far, keep following the website for updates - and, above all else, Lead Us Home.
To get involved visit: www.seedrs.com/afcwimbledon
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