Shareholders’ Association Forum with Everton Supporters’ Trust & Everton Former Players’ Foundation
The Everton Football Club Shareholders’ Association are pleased to announce that our first Association Forum for this season will take place on Tuesday 3rd November in the People’s Club Lounge (Park End) at Goodison Park.
The Forum will start at 7:30pm and there will be tea and coffee available from 7pm, so please arrive in time to enjoy the hospitality and lively chat about all things blue that also happens on these occasions before we get going.
The forum is open to all, is free for Association Members but we do ask for a small donation of £2 from non-members to cover the cost of refreshments.
We are also pleased to announce that Henry Mooney of the Everton Former Players’ Foundation will also be coming along and will give a presentation on the work and commitment carried out by the Foundation.
The Association has been supporting the Foundation for many years now and we thought it would be great to see how our donations are helping our former hero’s and are hoping to be honoured by the presence of a couple of former players.
We hope you have read or heard in the media about the recent launch of the Everton Supporters’ Trust (EST) and we are delighted to announce that Simon Magner, EST Chairman and Andy Craven, EST Secretary have both agreed to come along to explain just what the EST is all about and will answer any questions that people may have.
Simon Magner has been a match going Evertonian since he watched his first match, sadly a home loss to Coventry, in the 1994/95 season and was a Season Ticket holder in the Lower Gwladys for over 15-years. With the financial black hole that comes with children he’s now a bit of a nomad and sits anywhere he can in the ground.
Professionally Simon works in IT for the NHS and as a “football activist” has been involved in a variety of local and national projects over the years. Alongside being the Chairman of the Trust he’s also a National Council Member of the Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF).
Andy Craven has been a full time Evertonian since his first match as a 4-year old in 1981. He’s travelled home and away over the years and is now housed as Season Ticket Holder in the Paddock.
A qualified CIMA Accountant since 2006 Andy runs his own business providing support to public sector, private sector and charitable organisations from a financial, commercial and business process perspective.
Andy has combined the roles of Secretary & Treasurer for the Trust since August 2015.
The Forums are always very interesting and informative and a great chance to mix and chat with fellow Evertonians so we hope that as many of you as possible are able to attend.
If you have any questions then please email firstname.lastname@example.org