Arsenal tickets available in charity auction

on August 25, 2009 by Administrator

Win tickets to the biggest matches at the Emirates and help raise money for the charity!

There are four pairs of top tickets for FOUR Arsenal home matches for this season available to the highest bidder. All money will be split equally between the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture and Room2Heal.

This is a silent auction, which means that you will not know what the current highest bid is, you’ll just have to let them know what the maximum you’d like to pay for each pair is. The tickets available are for:

Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur – 31 October 2009

Arsenal v Chelsea – 28 November 2009

Arsenal v Manchester United – 30 January 2010

Arsenal v Liverpool – 9 February 2010

Seats are Lower Tier, Block 31, Row 8, Yellow Quadrant.

If you have bid the most, they will get in touch to take payment and arrange delivery of your tickets on Friday, the 16th October. Serious bidders only, please. If you are still interested, please bid using the following link. For further information please contact Charlotte Lock (

Terms and Conditions

All bids must be received by 5 PM on Thursday 15 October.

You can bid for as many matches as you wish but please note that there is a reserve price per pair on these tickets of £100. Payment must be made in full before the tickets can be released to the winner.

Information about the Charities

The Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture (registered charity number 1000340), established in 1985, is the only organisation in the UK dedicated solely to the treatment of torture survivors. Since its inception, almost 50,000 people have been referred for help. In 2008, the MF received 2,025 new requests for help. Clients came from 79 countries, with significant numbers from Sri Lanka, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan and Iran.

Room2Heal (registered charity number 1128857) is a therapeutic rehabilitation project for asylum seekers, refugees and others who have suffered gross human rights violations. They provide a range of therapeutic groups and creative activities, including a gardening and horticultural programme, theatre and story-telling workshops, English classes and work retreats.

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