Solihull Moors chairman Darryl Eales has said that the National League outfit ‘can and will be a best-in-class community football club’.
Eales was speaking in his programme notes for this Saturday’s fixture with Barnet, and highlighted plans to raise £1 million by June to build a new community and education hub at the club’s stadium.
Eales explained: “The fundraise will also enable the foundation to put in place people and resources to operate the centre, develop our on-site education and expand our community outreach and schools’ programmes within the framework of a sustainable financial platform for the next three to five years. The centrepiece of the fundraising will be the Moors 4’s event in June this year.
“Please see the website for more information but most of all, let’s all commit to contributing to raising the £1m and to expending every effort to promote the event and encourage everyone to give generously to a fantastic project which really will make a positive contribution to our local community.
“We can and will be a best-in-class community football club.”