Published September 29, 2022
Dom Ball distributes tickets at FIND
Dom Ball joined up with one of the Club’s charity partners, FIND, last week to give away tickets for Saturday’s game against Portsmouth to those who are less fortunate.
FIND (Families in Need) was established in 1990 and helps those in Ipswich and the surrounding areas that are deprived of a minimum standard of living, whether they are single, families, lone parents, children, elderly, sick, disabled or homeless.
They offer free of charge food, as well as household items such as furniture, bedding and, when available, kitchen items such as cookers, refrigerators and washing machines.
Saturday’s Portsmouth fixture is the first of the Club’s #PackOutPR campaign, which seeks to get as many supporters into Portman Road as possible for the Pompey clash, as well as the games against Lincoln and Derby later in October.
As part of the initiative, supporters have been able to donate tickets or ticket bundles to those who otherwise may not be able to attend a Town match.
Dom revisited FIND last week to distribute tickets, which have been funded in full by generous donations from the Blue Army, to some of the disadvantaged individuals and families they support ahead of this weekend’s fixture.
The Town midfielder, who first attended FIND in August, is pictured above with the Charity’s founder, Maureen Reynel MBE, and service user James Bevan, who is one of the many recipients of the free tickets for Saturday’s game.
Many in our local community are facing increased hardship as the cost of living crisis continues. If you would like to make a donation, where you will be automatically redirected to the Ipswich Town Foundation Just Giving page, please click here.