The Kettle Shed are delighted to have supplied tea for the charity football match for the Palace For Life Foundation on Saturday 21st May at Selhurst Park. A charity which helps young South Londoners grow through sport.
Over £11k was raised by the game which resulted in a 2-2 score and a penalty shootout. Former Crystal Palace players Andy Johnson, Neil Shipperly, Andy Gray and Sasa Curcic joined fans who had bid in an auction to take part.
A fantastic experience which saw players dressed in full Palace kit and receive coaching from Bobby Bowry and Keith Millen throughout the afternoon.
For over 25 years the foundation has been working with the South London Community. It exists to use the Crystal Palace FC brand and the power of football to transform the lives of young people.
Working with over 13,000 people each year the foundation inspires participants to lead a fulfilling life and prepare for a bright future, particularly those who are hard to reach; living in areas of deprivation. Pastoral support is also provided. Welcoming all walks of life, Palace For Life run football sessions for young people with a disability and deliver engaging workshops and assemblies in local schools and colleges.