The Dulwich Hamlet 12th Man Scheme is a fan-organised scheme to raise additional funds purely for use on the playing budget. We are delighted to announce we raised over £7,000 in the 2015/16 season, taking the total raised to over £30,000 since the scheme's inception in 2012.
The money was raised through standing order payments from regular contributors, cash donated into the '12th Man Bucket' at home games, and other initiatives such as the sale of the popular pin badges and the season-long prediction competitions.
Every penny raised goes to bring in additional players, and this season the funds were used to sign Rhys Murrell-Williamson, Calum Willock and Ryan Moss.
The team that run the 12th Man Scheme are committed to full transparency on how it is run, and as such invite all supporters to attend their Season Review & Annual General Meeting at Champion Hill on Wednesday 1st June. The meeting will involve a brief run through of where the money has been raised this season and how it has been used, before an open discussion on plans for the future.
The meeting starts at 7.30pm, with the bar at Champion Hill open for refreshments from 7.00pm. If you have any questions you would like to ask in advance, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
To set up a regular payment to the 12th Man then just download and complete the attached form.
Updated 12:44 - 3 Jun 2016 by Liam Hickey