Celtic: Fans proud as club raise £1.5m for Football for Good Fund

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A number of have been left feeling proud after their club announced they had helped raise £1.5m for the for Good Fund (FFGF).

The FFGF was set up by the in March 2020 to help those significantly affected by the pandemic.

Now, just 18 months later, the club’s official website declared that they had reached the impressive milestone after investing a further £250,000 into the emergency response initiative.

Celtic’s social media accounts shared the news online and it didn’t take long before it drew some delighted responses from the club’s supporters.

Here’s what these had to say…

“The one part of the club that we can all agree makes you proud to support on a consistent basis.”

“Keep up the great work!”
“Absolutely phenomenal.”
“@FoundationCFC and the Celtic Support, a force for good. Remarkable work during such trying times. Remarkable.”
“This is outstanding from the club and everyone who supports the Celtic foundation.”

With their form on the pitch falling by the wayside somewhat of late – winning just one out of three league games in the month of September – it’s no surprise that these supporters are so happy to hear some good news.

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To raise that amount of money is no mean feat, however, so the club and their fans have every right to feel proud about their achievement.

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