Rochdale AFC are pleased to announce that unsold food items from the Club’s kiosks on matchdays will be donated to a local charity.
The Club have linked up with Stepping Stone Projects, a provider of high quality housing, support and charitable services for people in Rochdale who are homeless or at risk of losing their home.
The leftover food will go to those housed in accommodation supported by Stepping Stone, who provide flats across the Borough.
Christime Lynam from the charity thanked the Club for the gesture.
“A hot pie is something that is really warming, and that’s exactly how we feel about the Club getting involved with Stepping Stone.
“The food will go to all our sites across Rochdale, where we house homeless people with complex needs such as alcohol issues and rent arrears, to name just two.
“Life can be very difficult for some people, especially around Christmas time which should be spent purchasing gifts family.
“On behalf of Stepping Stone Projects, I would like to thank Rochdale Football Club for the wonderful gesture.”
To find out more about Stepping Stone Projects, click HERE.