Donations Update!

Thanks to today’s publicity via the local TV, radio, facebook and a campaign started on Twitter by new KHIST Corporate Member “Kimmy Loves Cake” to get “150,000 tweeters to give £1 to help save KHFC”, KHIST has received over £1,100 in donations on the website tonight!

The Twitter campaign works by twitter users posting and retweeting Kimmy’s tweet, which points their followers in the direction of our website here at www.khist.org.uk where people can use the donate button to make a secure donation through PayPal!

All monies raised will of course go towards safeguarding the future of Kidderminster Harriers FC.

The initial response has been really tremendous but tomorrow we look to go further by going to the press with this in the hope for further coverage of this innovative way to raise funds in such a short period!  Please everyone keep helping by spreading the word!

Today we’ve also received 3 new Corporate Members in MJS IT Services Ltd, A&N Flooring Ltd and Kimmy Loves Cakes, as well as 19 new Personal Memberships – thank you very much to everyone who has joined!

Again, a big big thank you to everyone who has donated and/or joined KHIST!

Alternativley if you do not have a paypal account you can donate direct to KHIST – Account 27006328 at Natwest Kidderminster Sort 60-12-12

If you’d like to donate please click the button below:-


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  1. 08/02/2011

    […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Tom Preston, Matthew Watkins, KHFC |HARRIERS.CO.UK, conor parish, KHIST and others. KHIST said: Well done everyone! Here's an update on tonight's donations at http://www.khist.org.uk/?p=1704 Keep the retweeting going! #khfc […]