QPR are delighted to announce that this week’s clash with Wycombe Wanderers will be our dedicated Community Day.
This Tuesday, the R’s welcome Gareth Ainsworth’s Wycombe to Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium and as Mark Warburton’s side take to the field, we will be celebrating all of the amazing work that QPR in the Community Trust have done over the past year with our special annual event.
QPR’s club captain Geoff Cameron has been on hand to ensure that our Extra Time group have had someone to talk to, with his visit in their virtual coffee morning a pleasant surprise for the members of our over 60s group.
Talking to www.qpr.co.uk, Cameron was quick to praise the work the Trust do.
“One of the elements of the club that makes QPR so special is the work they do in the community,” he said. “Obviously this year has been slightly different, but we have continued to be on hand to help reach those most in need.
“Many of the lads have given up their time to have video calls, and it is always great fun.
“I had a wonderful chat with the Extra Timers. It was great to hear their stories and it really makes you appreciate the impact the work of the Trust has.
“People there have been connected through Extra Time, and those relationships have really helped them through what has been a challenging year.”
From the 'R you OK' campaign to 'Race to Europe', QPR Trust have been right on hand throughout the last 12 months to help anyone who needs us. Young or old, we have been there, with the first-team squad lending a virtual hand whenever they can.
Throughout the build-up to the 7pm clash with the Chairboys in W12, we will be showcasing just a snippet of the amazing work that the Trust have been doing throughout the year.
As well as this, the R’s will also be donning unique QPR Community Day shirts which will be auctioned at a later date, all in aid of QPR Trust.
For more information on the auction keep your eyes peeled on www.qpr.co.uk.