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Alex Gilbey raffling signed shirt for Sense

MK Dons midfielder auctioning off merchandise...

3 March 2020

Supporters have the chance to win an Alex Gilbey shirt from the 2019/20 season – signed by the MK Dons first team squad.

That’s not all you could win though as a number of other prizes are also up for grabs in the raffle.

Prizes Include:
• Signed 2019/20 Shirt
• Signed Football
• A pair of Alex Gilbey’s boots
• Signed copies of Football Manager 2020
• Signed Jordan Moore-Taylor shirt from the 2018/19 Promotion season
• Tickets to MK Dons vs Blackpool courtesy of Alex Gilbey

The 25-year-old is looking to raise money for his close friend Deasko Garner who is running the London Marathon for Sense.

A ticket to enter the raffle costs £5, and you can purchase as many tickets as you wish. The winners of the prizes will be drawn live on Twitter by Gilbey himself.

To enter the raffle specifically, you will need to send £5 via PayPal to Alex Gilbey. This ensures we can collate all the email address to contact the winners. (£50 = 10 Tickets)

Once the raffle has ended, the midfielder will then donate all the money as one sum on behalf of the MK Dons fans.

If you’d like to enter, please PayPal to gilbeymarathon@gmail.com.

If you’d like to donate directly to Sense – click HERE!

Please note, we may not be able to track the email address of any donation made directly to Sense.

About Sense?

Sense is for everyone living with complex disabilities. For everyone who is deafblind. Sense is here to help people communicate and experience the world. We believe that no one, no matter how complex their disabilities, should be isolated, left out, or unable to fulfil their potential.

Sense believe that no one, no matter how complex their disabilities, should be isolated, left out, or unable to fulfil their potential.

Their experts offer personalised support through their centres, holidays and short breaks, or in people’s own homes. They are here for everyone who needs us, for as long as they need them – providing early intervention for children, helping young people access education, and supporting the transition into adulthood and beyond.

In addition to practical support, they also offer information to families, and campaign for the rights of people with complex disabilities to take part in life.


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