Campaign was started by Mariners Trust with initial target of £20,000

icon moneysave27 July ~ Grimsby Town fans have raised £100,000 as part of the Operation Promotion campaign led by supporters’ group the Mariners Trust. The campaign began eight weeks ago with the aim of raising £20,000. Lottery winners Lee and Sue Mullen, now on the board at Grimsby Town, offered to match the amount raised to a maximum of £20,000, with the Trust adding £5,000 themselves. But more than 3,500 individual donations have been made by almost 2,000 supporters, boosting manager Paul Hurst’s transfer fund by five times the original target. More information about the Mariners Trust can be found here.

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