QPR fans have been invited to nominate unsung heroes in their local community.
Some of those nominated will be honoured at this year’s Community Day on Saturday, 10th March at the R’s home fixture against Sunderland.
Community Day is run by the club to celebrate the local area and the people within it. Unsung community heroes, nominated by QPR fans, will be recognised by the club with a small number invited to join a presentation at half-time. There will be an extra special family fanzone at Play Football Shepherds Bush before the game, with a showcase of some of the work of QPR in the Community Trust, as well as local partners like Imperial College.
QPR in the Community Trust Chief Executive Andy Evans told www.qpr.co.uk: “QPR is a community club, and our celebration of unsung heroes in particular is a great way to show our gratitude to those who may not usually get the recognition they deserve.
“Whether they are nurses, doctors, teachers, volunteers, fundraisers, firefighters, paramedics, youth workers or anyone else who is doing good in their local area, there is so much work going on and as a football club we have a unique position within the community to show our support for them. I invite QPR fans to nominate someone whose contribution they think we should celebrate.”
QPR fans can nominate unsung heroes using the below form – nominations close on 9 February.