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  1. Stanza

    Co-op Supports DADSC

    We have a number of ambitious (large-scale) projects in mind - the main aim is still to get wheelchair access to at least some of the 1st Floor Function Suites, preferably by a lift but if for any reason that proves impracticable then we will consider other methods. We would also like to improve the accessible toilet arrangements for users of the Purvis Suite, and in the longer term (when DAFC is in the Premiership!!!) an additional viewing platform in the North Stand would be desirable. There will always be other smaller outlays, and anyone is welcome to attend the next DADSC meeting at 7pm on Monday 27 January in the Jock Stein Suite at EEP.
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    Co-op Supports DADSC

    Thanks to everyone who has signed up to this scheme (1% of what you spend on Co-op goods and services will find its way to DADSC - just remember to take your Co-op member's card!) £75 has been raised in the last few weeks, so by the time the project ends in October 2020 there could be several hundred pounds coming our way. Every little helps. Here's the link again: https://membership.coop.co.uk/causes/39515
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    Easyfundraising for DADSC

    Once you're registered and supporting DADSC, you have the chance to win a £250 New Look gift card for yourself, and £250 for DADSC every day until Christmas Eve. PLUS, on Christmas Day someone will win £5,000 to spend at John Lewis & Partners and a £5,000 donation to DADSC! Just click THIS LINK FOR TODAY'S DRAW – It’s free to enter, and there's no risk. PLUS - you get extra entries if you then share the prize draw on social media.
  4. Christmas brings loads of begging letters for good causes, but this is one that WILL COST YOU NOTHING!Dunfermline Athletic Disabled Supporters' Club (DADSC) has joined with easyfundraising.com and every time a supporter makes an online purchase from one of about 4000 retailers (most of the biggies are included), a small donation from the retailer comes to DADSC.Just click "Support This Cause" on this link: https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/dadsc/ then almost any online purchase you make through easyfundraising will help DADSC. You'll deal directly with the retailer as normal, the only difference is that a small portion of their profit margin will come to DADSC.The biggest donations are from insurance companies, so especially if you're changing your home or car insurance, please consider using this system. Any questions or problems, just ask.
  5. To celebrate the Co-op's 175th birthday, you can win £175 for yourself in Co-op vouchers. All you have to do is watch a 90-second video and answer 5 simple questions about it. PLUS - the Co-op will also give £175 to any local community cause they are currently supporting, and for this you could choose Dunfermline Athletic Disabled Supporters' Club (DADSC). Go to this link - good luck! https://joinin.coop.co.uk/opportunities/271
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    Charity Draw

    Thanks for persevering!
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    Charity Draw

    It worked for me! Make sure that you're using ZERO and not "Capital O" for both instances in the charity number. Let us know how you get on.
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    Charity Draw

    Ecclesiastical Insurance have a draw where 120 UK charities can win £1000 - draws takes place each weekday between 5-20 December.You can nominate any UK charity (you'll need its charity number) by following this link, but please consider Dunfermline Athletic Disabled Supporters Club (charity number SC048550) - the more nominations a charity receives the greater chance of its winning. http://www.ecclesiastical.com/movement-for-good/
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    Co-op Supports DADSC

    Dunfermline Athletic Disabled Supporters' Club (DADSC) has been chosen to benefit from the Co-op Local Community Fund, from now until 24 October 2020.Whenever a Co-op member buys selected own-brand products and services, 1% of the money goes to local causes, so please consider choosing DADSC as your preferred cause at https://membership.coop.co.uk/causes/39515If you're not already a Co-op member you will need to sign up, but it's worth doing so anyway for the benefits you receive.
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    Name these players (please!)

    From suggestions made elsewhere:No 1 is Bill Dunn (confirmed by his son).No 2 - no suggestions so far.No 3 it's been suggested this could be Bobby Kirk - can anyone confirm this?No 4 seems to be Ernie Turner (identified by 2 people).
  11. The Heritage Trust recently acquired several glass negatives of DAFC players of the mid/late 1950s. Most of them we recognise, but we are struggling with these ones - can anyone help?
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    Supporters' Council - The Future

    Long ago ....
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    Supporters' Council - The Future

    The timing and administration of Supporters' Council meetings is now the responsibility of Drew Main as the club's Supporter Liaison Officer, and the notes of all meetings are still published on the club's official website.
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    Supporters' Council - The Future

    @Adam101 Thanks for the offer of help. If you can send me a message with your real name and contact details I'll be in touch. TBH, in between the quarterly meetings there isn't really anything the Supporters' Council does - up to now we've just had an ad hoc group of about half-a-dozen who have a pre-meeting about a month ahead to arrange the content and speakers. You're welcome to join in and pehaps come up with some new ideas. That's all that's involved - unless you are helping at the meeting or an action point emerges. It's really up to supporters how they want to see the Council develop - there are several supporters' groups who each do their own thing and there is no desire to change that, but (I think) only the Supporters' Council offers a regular opportunity to meet and challenge the Board. I think a lot of the ideas put forward in the last few weeks can be easily incorporated into the present arrangements. But if supporters want it to become something quite different from what it is, either in style or content, eg a body with more teeth, or a completely different way of holding the meeting, eg using then there have to be volunteers willing to take it on. One thing that concerns me slightly is the idea that some fans are not attending because they don't see any benefit to themselves from what they would get out of being there. That may be true, but we should be looking at it from the other direction - ie, what benefit can we bring to the club by taking an active part in setting its direction? Surely as Pars supporters we have learned the bitter lesson of what happens when there is a disconnect between the Board and the ordinary fans.
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    Supporters' Council - The Future

    Thanks for pinning this, Piracy. It would be good if anyone could chip in the occasional idea - there have been lots of good suggestions, both here and in "the other place" and we'll certainly look at all of them before arranging the next meeting. But what would be most helpful would be some new blood, who might organise things differently - we all tend to arrange things in a certain individual way, so somebody doing something completely different might be beneficial. (Maybe we should have a one-off organiser, like magazines have a celebrity editor now and then!) I'm sure Paradox is correct - many fans just want to get back to being ordinary supporters and not have to worry about the mechanics of how the club is run - I understand that, but I think it's vital to embed the Supporters' Council NOW into the way the club works. Otherwise, there is a risk that somewhere down the line, perhaps when the present BoD etc have moved on, the gaps that existed in the past between Board and Supporters may reappear. There's really no point at all in having a "supporter-owned club" if over 95% of the supporters don't want anything to do with how it's run.
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