On Saturday a group of dedicated campaigners are asking Ayrshire people to wear red in a bid to save Malcolm Sargent House.
The volunteers say that the campaign has had a fantastic response and we are joining the campaign by wearing our red away strip for Saturdays match.
United’s commercial manager Graeme Miller said :”The bid to buy Malcolm Sargent House for the local community is one that everyone at Ayr United can support. The house has played a key role for almost three decades and long may that continue if this bid proves successful.”
“We are delighted to show our support by joining the Ayrshire Turns Red campaign and hope our fans will join us in showing their backing by wearing something red on Saturday. We are also thrilled to have Ross Granger as our mascot on Saturday. Ross had cancer when very young and is currently 11 years cancer free. He is a big Ayr supporter and can’t wait to lead the team out on Saturday.
Malcom Sargent House has provided specialised respite holidays for children, young people and their families suffering from cancer for over 28 years. The house holds many special memories to families from all over the UK.
The BUYMSH Appeal aims to raise the money to buy the house from CLIC sargent and reopen to provide a vital holiday service for children, young people and families with cancer and other life altering diseases from throughout the UK.
All donations can be made to www.justgiving.com/buy-msh or text BMSH99 £10 to 70070