During the pandemic Crawley Town FC pledged to give 2000 tickets to frontline workers and those who have been hit the hardest by the pandemic.
Now our doors have reopened to fans we are able to launch the Crawley Town Gratitude Scheme. In conjunction with plans for the Crawley Town Gratitude Scheme, we have worked behind the scenes to engage all the major stakeholders in the town to form a committee that is dedicated to improving Crawley as an area. We would like to thank Steve Sawyer and The Manor Royal BID, Wendy Bell and The Town Centre BID, Melanie Wrightson and Gatwick Airport, Darren Ford and the Crawley Town Community Foundation, Darren Greenaway and the Greenaway Foundation, Mark Dunford and the Crawley Observer, Claire Farmer and Everyone Active (K2), and Paul Baker and Crawley Council. Each party in the committee will be helping to allocate the tickets to those who deserve them within the Crawley community.
The Crawley Town Gratitude Scheme will be launched for the Port Vale match on the 30th of October and will continue until the end of the 2021/22 season. We are hoping this is the first scheme of many for the committee to ensure we continue to improve Crawley as a town. We would like to thank all our fans for your incredible support so far this season who we are sure will make the day even more memorable for those who receive Gratitude Scheme tickets.
As a football club, in the heart of the community, we hope the Crawley Town Gratitude Scheme will give back to those who kept our country running throughout the pandemic and will also boost those who are in need of support as a result of COVID-19.
We look forward to welcoming you into The People’s Pension Stadium over the course of the season.