Crowdfunder- and charity- catch up

By Ian Townsend

We round up some of the ongoing crowdfunding and charity fund raising from across the league- and remind you how you can help

We've had a large number of clubs turn to crowdfunding over the past few months, and a number of their appeals are still live. We already caught you up with progress at Bognor Regis Town and Wingate and Finchley earlier this week- head here if you missed that- but we thought we'd look at the rest and remind you how you can help.

First up are Horsham FC, who aren't fundraising for themselves but for the West Sussex MIND charity. So far they've made 68% of their target and striker Rob O'Toole has drunk far too much beer! Head here to donate a pint.

Whitehawk asked fans to donate the price of a ticket. So far they've made almost one thousand two hundred pounds, so it seems that many people have- and you can add to that total here.

Supporter-owned Enfield Town launched their 'Shine a light' appeal nine days ago. and have already made five and a half thousand pounds. To add to that, head here.

Hanwell Town's Jack Hutchinson and friends are running 100 km each in aid of Prostate Cancer UK, and have already made double the amount they hoped for. But you can add to that by heading here.

Hullbridge Sports are approaching the two thousand pound mark, with forty two people donating so far. Given the losses the club has to contend with after a series of break-ins they could undoubtedly do with more, so please help if you can. This is where you go to do just that.

Finally, Corinthian-Casuals are delighted with the response to their crowdfunding efforts. The club have so far made over eleven thousand pounds, which is over and above what they hoped for. That said, the fund raising continues, and you can add to it here.

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