YAA & HTFC make it £1Million

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YAA & HTFC make it £1Million

On the Huddersfield Town training pitch the Yorkshire Air Ambulance came in to mark a milestone between the two organizations in a joint fundraising campaign that has ran since 2009. In that time they have raised over £1 Million.

(Exert taken from Yorkshire Air Ambulance website…)

A ground-breaking fundraising partnership between Huddersfield Town Football Club (HTAFC) and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance (YAA) has raised over £1million.

The pioneering ‘Keep It Up’ campaign, was launched back in 2009 to help establish sustainable income for the Charity as well as supporting Huddersfield Town’s Youth Academy, which actively promotes the development of future football stars from the local community. Over the last five years, Huddersfield Town have driven the campaign through a series of high profile events including Walk for Pounds, Run for Pounds and the now infamous Pedal for Pounds cycle challenge.

The campaign was a first of its kind in the Football League and no one could have pre-empted how successful it would turn out.

(you can read the whole article here)

These images were a quick turnaround for use on the YAA & HTFC website…

HTFC_Website Jun 2014

I may write a quick blog post on the lighting on this job… stay tuned

As ever…until next time…

Jona