Celebrity Charity Match 2022
Woking Football Club is excited to announce a Charity Celebrity Match to be hosted at the Laithwaite Community Stadium, with the support of Sellebrity Soccer.
The event, which is in aid of Woking & Sam Beare Hospices, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People and Cherry Trees, will take place on Sunday 7th August, 15:00 kick-off.
All ticketing proceeds will go to the four charities, with collections and initiatives on the day.
Ticket prices are £12 for Adults with Concessions and Under 16s tickets being just £6. VIP tickets are £50, including a leather seat and access to the Geoff Chapple Lounge.
Both standing and seated tickets are available for this match.
The celebrities confirmed to be involved so far include Calum Best, James Argent, Jake Wood and Dan Osborne, with more to be revealed over the coming weeks and months ahead of the day itself.
All players are subject to commitments.
About the charities:
Woking & Sam Beare Hospice
Woking & Sam Beare Hospice is a charity that cares for patients living in North West Surrey, who are at the end of their lives or who have progressive advanced illnesses that are life limiting. Our care is delivered across the Community in Patients homes and in the Inpatient Unit and Wellbeing Centre at Goldsworth Park in Woking. We also provide comfort and support to the families, carers and friends during and after their loved ones illness. All our services are provided free of charge.
Cherry Trees children’s charity supports families with a child with complex disabilities and/or learning difficulties through the provision of short breaks and respite visits. When a child comes to Cherry Trees their family can rest assured they are well taken care of, thanks to the supervision of experienced and caring staff, healthy home cooked food and activities to join in with. Our breaks help families feel supported and able to cope with the ongoing daily care needs of their child and most critically prevent family break up. When Cherry Trees steps in for a few hours caring for a child after school, overnight or where possible with longer stays, parents and carers can find their own time back at home to have a break from caring too.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People train dogs to alert deaf people to important and lifesaving sounds they would otherwise miss – sounds that many people take for granted like the doorbell, alarm clock and even danger signals like the fire alarm. Being aware of these – thanks to a hearing dog – makes a real difference to deaf people’s lives and can even save them. They have matched thousands of our adorable dogs with deaf people since their humble beginnings in 1982. At the moment, they have almost 1,000 working hearing dog partnerships across the UK.