This autumn, Palace stars have signed and donated their match-worn kit to the Super Draw to help raise money for Palace for Life Foundation projects helping vulnerable young people across south London.
Mamadou Sakho, Alexander Sørloth, Andros Townsend and Aaron Wan-Bissaka have each donated a signed piece of their kit to the Super Draw for fans to win on match days.
This weekend, fans will be able to win signed boots donated by winger Andros Townsend. As well as this one-off prize there is the £2,000 jackpot and a signed Palace home shirt by the first team to be won.
Townsend said: “I’m pleased that my boots are going to a good cause and will help the Foundation with the work they do in the community. I’d encourage fans to play the Super Draw to be in with a chance of winning!”
Tickets cost £2 and fans can find out more about new prizes online.
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Funds raised from the Super Draw help power the Palace for Life Foundation’s work, changing the lives of vulnerable young south Londoners. Projects include disability football teams, support for young people at risk of being caught up in crime, and helping those furthest from the labour market into training and employment.
You can read more about the Foundation’s programmes here.
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