We need you! Our team of volunteers will be handing out leaflets to promote the Plough Lane Bond at tonight’s game against Rotherham and at upcoming home games. Could you spare an hour ahead of kick-off?As part of our efforts to hit £2.2million on the Plough Lane by 22.2.22 we are also looking to distribute around 20,000 leaflets through letterboxes over the next few weeks and need additional volunteers to help make this happen. If you are able to help,..
Ahead of the historic game vs Bolton, the Club and Dons Trust honoured fans past and present and thanked them for the part they played in the journey of Wimbledon’s football club.
The statement was followed by a minute’s applause leading up to kick-off. We have reproduced those words below.
As we gather here today, about to witness Wimbledon’s football club play a home game in front of fans for the first time in 30 years, we would like..
Following on from last week’s statement on ticketing, The Dons Trust Board would like to update members.
In the first instance, extra support staff (including a volunteer from the DTB and a SecuTix systems specialist) have been drafted in to assist the back office team. This should mean the Club is now able to field more phone and email enquiries and be more proactive in making outbound calls.
We can also reconfirm that people who wanted a season ticket..
The Dons Trust Board is aware of many fans and members having difficulty buying season tickets and/or matchday tickets, or being charged an incorrect amount when purchasing tickets. This is clearly not acceptable.
We would therefore firstly like to take this opportunity to assure members that we have instructed the Club to work to rectify these issues as a matter of urgency.
The sale of match tickets is naturally a huge part of the core business of AFC Wimbledon..
As the end of the season approaches and we look forward to another series in League One, we’re getting in touch with an update for all of our Seedrs investors. Now that the stadium is completed and keys handed over, we’re at a stage where we can start to install all of the perks and rewards ahead of the start of the 2021/22 season.
Firstly, we just wanted to say thanks to everyone..
Kicking off at 19:00 GMT on Tuesday 30 March, the next session will be hosted by Hannah Kitcher and Tim Hillyer, who will be joined by AFC Wimbledon CEO Joe Palmer.
Register via Zoom https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_JEWDgBiRR96ZAOvCurTgGg
For anyone who missed previous sessions, the idea is that each month, a couple of Dons Trust Board representatives host a Q&A with members via Zoom. This format allows for an in-depth, personal and direct engagement between fans and their elected representatives.
You are invited..
We would like to state our thanks to all the fans and groups who stepped forward with offers to buy passes for fans who may have otherwise struggled to watch our historic first game back at Plough Lane.
On Friday we announced that the Dons Trust would be sponsoring the game versus Doncaster and that we would be giving away 250 iFollow passes to those who need them so that as many members as possible could share the experience on..
On the eve of AFC Wimbledon’s first match at Plough Lane, Dons Trust Chair Mark Davis expresses his thanks to everyone who’s had a hand in the Dons’ return to Plough Lane.
Tomorrow marks a landmark day in the history of AFC Wimbledon, when our first team will turn out for the first home match in Merton following a diaspora one day short of 29½ years. It will be a strange experience, in some ways, with our fans not able..
Amidst the recent flurry of activity on debentures, we take this opportunity to provide a brief update on the Plough Lane Bond.
Few supporters will need reminding of the extraordinary success of the Plough Lane Bond, which rapidly raised over £5 million for the stadium financing following its launch in January. Our thanks go to everyone who bought bonds and to the small band of individuals who put in so much work to get it launched.
Understandably, subscriptions have slowed..
The deadline for the Plough Lane Bond is fast approaching and while it has been a fantastic success so far (almost £4.1m raised) we urge all fans who are able to take part, either through the main bond website (for investments of £1,000 up) or the We Are Wimbledon Fund (for investments between £50 and £950), to drive the total to at least the £5m target we have set. So far the average investment has been £4,000 over a 7-year..