Isthmian League

Hawks Team Up With ‘Donate A Ticket’!

Donate the value of a match ticket directly to the club!

A football club is made up of far more than the players we see on the park on a Saturday, and utility and property bills, operational costs, pitch repairs, ground repairs, administration fees and so much more, still need to be paid.

Some teams rely 60% of their whole revenue on gate receipts

Ticket sales make up a huge part of football clubs income, so Whitehawk Football Club have teamed up with Donate A Ticket, who have designed a platform for supporters to donate the value of a match ticket directly to their club, which they might have paid anyway had the matches gone ahead.

Our clubs are often the lifeblood of a community, and grassroots football more than any other relies on their community to support them. No matter who we support, our clubs will have given us some of the biggest highs we’ve known, and donating in this way will help OUR club continue to provide these memories. 

Support your club when it’s most needed, and donate a ticket now. 

100% of your donation goes directly to the club

Over 110 clubs in England Scotland and the Republic of Ireland have so far benefited from joining Donate A Ticket, with over £150,000 raised. Furthermore there are leaderboards for each division, as well as an overall leaderboard, so clubs can compete against each other to see who can sell the most tickets!

There are three simple steps to support your club and make a big difference during this uncertain period

1. Visit 

2. Select a ticket

Choose the ticket value you wish to donate, any of the following options – A 75th Anniversary ticket, A Super Ticket, Adult or Concession, or anything that you can afford. You can enter a custom amount if you wish to donate more.

3. Donate and share

Complete your donation and help your club climb the leaderboards. As a platform we take no commission from any donations.

Hawks Head of Commercial & Marketing Kevin Miller said:

“The Donate A ticket scheme has been very successful in Scotland, and the initiative is now rolling out through the rest of the UK. What I loved about this is that 100% of any donation goes directly to the club, and in these unsettling times any help that clubs can receive will be phenomenal.”

He added; “We all want to get back to playing football as soon as possible, and I know that the Hawk’s community will be there for us! Don’t break the bank, give only what you can, and let’s hope we can all meet up and get behind the Hawks again very soon!”


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