Two local charities are celebrating after receiving fantastic support from Ramsdens, the local jeweller and currency provider, in a Middlesbrough Football Club charity takeover, raising £18,000 to be shared between both charities.
Tony Pulis is set to be part of a team taking on the Tower to Tower challenge in May, a unique challenge starting in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower in Paris and ending at the iconic Tower Bridge in London.
The EFL and mental health charity Mind are joining forces to promote the benefits of healthy bodies and healthy minds, by using the power of football to improve the nation’s mental wellbeing in a groundbreaking new partnership.
Middlesbrough Supporters Forum has announced that 804kg of food and more than £500 in cash was donated to Middlesbrough Foodbank by generous fans before the recent home game against Reading on Saturday February 10.
The logos of Butterwick Hospice & Teesside Hospice will appear across the front of Boro’s shirts for our Sky Bet Championship game against Reading this Saturday (February 10), in a charity takeover thanks to the generosity of the club’s shirt sponsors Ramsdens.
Middlesbrough Supporters Forum is asking generous Boro fans to share a little love with their local community ahead of Valentine’s Day and take a donation for the Middlesbrough Foodbank to the home game against Reading on Saturday.