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  1. The Killie Trust is a significant shareholder in the Football Club and the Trust Board of Directors feel that it is vital to consider every possible option to help the Club in these uncertain times. In line with Trust rules, the Trust Board have today authorised the use of £10,000 of general funds to help the Club to manage the potential loss of matchday income. Later this evening we will be contacting our members to consider the Trust also offering to bring forward the scheduled handover of £40,000 of ‘Trust In Killie’ funds. With very best wishes The Killie Trust Board
  2. Celebrate Killie's 150th birthday with special guests and fellow fans. Eat, drink, dance and be entertained...we're gonna party like its 1869! Tickets available from 7pm Wednesday 31st July HERE
  3. On Board - In Person is an opportunity for all Killie Trust members and subscribers to the Trust In Killie initiative to meet with their representative on the Kilmarnock Football Club Board of Directors, Cathy Jamieson, and get the inside track on what is happening and ask a few questions for themselves. The Trust hope to make this a quarterly event and each time Cathy will ask at least one other person from the Club to join her on the forum to broaden the scope of conversation. You can book your place at the event - HERE
  4. Killie Trust Director Stuart Gilmour has donated 2 tickets to the KFCSA Player of the Year Dinner Dance on Sat 6th April in the Park Hotel. To win change your profile pic to advertise TIK, post here…and the Trust will announce the winner Friday PM. This is confined to Killie fans on Twitter, Facebook and the Kickback forums.
  5. If you are on Facebook or Twitter you can win a couple of tickets to today's match by retweeting or sharing on those platforms. If you reply to this thread we will also add your name into the random draw. The winner will be drawn at 2:30pm...so you've plenty of time to still get a ticket if you don't win. Each name will only be entered once though so if you've did the necessary on social media, that's your lot. Good luck...get to that match if you can make it!
  6. Please remember the Foodbank collection at the home match on Sunday in conjunction with Kilmarnock FC and the Killie Trust. All donations will be gratefully received as they were last year. FOR MORE DETAILS CLICK HERE
  7. Local Foodbank Needs Our Help! CLICK HERE
  8. The Killie Trust have a couple of tickets to raffle off for the Kevin Bridges Friday 12th October gig in the SSE Hydro. Click on the link, scroll down the page to the “Donate” button and give us £5 and you could win the pair. Drawn on Wednesday at 9pm - good luck! CLICK HERE
  9. Steve Clarke, Davie Sneddon and Cathy Jamieson unveil the ‘Trust In Killie’ initiative History Board which heralds the beginning of TIK Phase Two…
  10. They said it would never work, they said it was a flash in the pan, they were wrong. With well over £200,000 raised for Kilmarnock Football Club, countless initiatives which have benefited the community and now with a fully fledged director on the Club Board…the Killie Trust and its members can look back on the last 15 years as a resounding success. Thanks to everyone who bought into the idea, literally and figuratively. This is Your Club and Your Time and with your continued support the next fifteen years will hopefully bring more of the same.
  11. With the end of TIK Phase One nearing conclusion and Phase Two about to launch the Killie Trust have started the process of getting the History Board they promised in place. The design is in place and they have a good quote from Killie fan Gordon Duff's Centurion on a really excellent quality signage, it just needs the Club to agree on a location now. For the Trust there is really only one option, the blank wall outside the Park Suite. It is constantly in view and between two stands and you can also see it from the Hotel....everyone can access it at any time, day or night...and they don't want it stuck away on a stair well somewhere or inside the stadium where only a few can see it. There is a lot of signage in and around that area and it does look a wee bit cluttered, which is of concern to the club, but the Trust still feels that the History Board adds a wee bit of class and don't see that as a real problem. Spot lights are also an option being considered, but that could be done later, maybe throw in some lighting for the Wall of Fame as well. As it stands there has been no decision made, but if the Board see that the fans are behind the idea then, as we've seen recently, they will probably respond in a positive manner and make it happen. So...what do you think?
  12. Win a place in the Legends Match at the Open Day this Sunday* CLICK HERE *Please note that this offer is for Trust Members and TIK subscribers. If you are either then you can put your name forward, and if selected you can give your place away to whoever you want as long as they too fit the criteria i.e. over 18 and fit enough medically to play.
  13. An update from the Trust’s Director on the Club Board, Cathy Jamieson CLICK HERE
  14. TIK, having achieved its first goal of securing a seat on the board, are keen to hear how we can improve and ultimately how we can increase subscription numbers and raise more funds to support our club. We are asking all NON subscribers to take the time to complete our short survey to assist us… CLICK HERE
  15. The Trust's Shareholder Register has been updated. There are now 1,407 shareholders, 515 of which are currently 'active' Trust members. That’s a record! CLICK HERE If you would like to renew your membership or sign up as a Trust member, which only costs £10 per annum, you can CLICK HERE
  16. Really good article in the Daily Record/Killie Standard by Davie Wren... New Kilmarnock director Cathy Jamieson has revealed she won’t give up her season book at Rugby Park as she looks to split her time between the director’s box and the East Stand next season. The club announced the appointment of the former Labour MP on Thursday as the Killie Trust’s representative following the success of their Trust in Killie campaign to raise £100,000 for a seat on the board. The announcement did not come before Cathy had bought her season ticket for the new campaign though – and she admits she wouldn’t get away with spending all her time in the posh seats. Cathy said: “I’ve bought my season ticket again this year. My grandson, who is only a year old and hasn’t been yet, we’ve got his season ticket as well. “While I might sit in the directors box part of the time, there will be occasions when I’ll be over in the East Stand – I don’t think I would have got away with anything different.” The ex-Kilmarnock and Loudoun MP was once a cabinet member in Westminster – and Cathy admits she never envisaged becoming a director of her childhood football club. The 61-year-old said: “I’ve done a lot of different things. I never thought when I was a kid I’d ever see the day when I was a director of Kilmarnock Football Club. “I always saw myself as a supporter, I’m still a supporter but being a director would certainly have been high up on my wishlist in the past.” Cathy has done the hard yards as a Kilmarnock fan. She was there for the relegations in the 80s and the cup wins in 1997 and 2012. Put simply, the new Kilmarnock director is well aware of the highs and lows involved in following the club. But, that said, after spending the majority of her working life in the mad world of politics, now Cathy must face up to joining a world just as crazy – if not more. Asked if she was ready to take on the world of football, Cathy said: “I had to think long and hard about this. As a football fan I enjoy coming to the games, I always described it as my 90 minutes of sanity on a Saturday afternoon when I worked in politics. “I work in a high pressure job, so all of that doesn’t trouble me. The important thing for me is to bring the fans’ perspective to this. “I still intend to be a supporter because that is essentially what I am, but also to pave the way for future candidates to come on to the board at a later stage.” As a bonafide Killie fan, Cathy’s appointment at Rugby Park is a landmark moment – not only for the club but for its supporters who now have someone directly in place to represent their needs. “This is just absolutely amazing,” said Kilmarnock’s latest director after her new role was made official. “It’s a real honour to be a director in any event but particularly, for me, the fact the Killie Trust have nominated me and asked me to do this. “And the fact the club have accepted that is absolutely brilliant. “It forges a new relationship with the club and the Trust – I will give a voice to the fans on the board which is the primary aim of my role.” The Trust in Killie movement has made this appointment happen. When it was launched last April, there were critics who wrote off the notion that they could achieve their goal – nevermind have it done in just over a year. But the Killie Trust – the group behind the initiative – have seen their hard work pay off. A whopping £100,000 has been transferred to the club directly and Cathy’s appointment heralds a new era for the fans’ group. Cathy said: “It has been a long road in terms of the supporters trust movement generally. “My links go back to 2002 when I was still in politics and I attended the big conference at Tynecastle, when it brought all the interested parties together and the first funding was announced for Supporters Direct. “The Killie Trust have been working on a number of initiatives over the years but, especially in the past year, they have really focused on Trust in Killie to get to this stage where we’ve actually been able to raise the funds to ensure that this happened. “And, for me, it’s particularly good that we’re able to do this at a time when the club’s on the up. Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke with a thumbs up to the support at full-time. “We’re seeing good results on the pitch, there’s a better relationship between the fans and the club. “Often supporters trusts and supporter directors get involved at a point of crisis in a club – but we’re not in crisis. “We’re on the up so this is a really positive move.”
  17. The Trust Shareholders Register has been updated…now including a famous left back! CLICK HERE
  18. Last call for the Killie Masters tomorrow. We have space left for one three person team and several individual spaces to make up team numbers, so if you have the day off and fancy a fun day out at Ballochmyle, call Jim Thomson and let him know. #WeAreKillie CLICK HERE
  19. The Trust gave our #1 Jamie MacDonald an Oxford Blue T-Shirt to celebrate the birth of his new son Levi. Great to see him with it on at the last game on Sunday! Who will you get on yours? #TrustInKillie CLICK HERE
  20. Click on the advert at the top of any page for details.
  21. Remember that time the Open Day Legends game was serious? Well, when we say serious… CLICK HERE
  22. Here's the March TIK draw with @KillieFCSLO and @Jim_Thomson_ and a huge thanks to all our sponsors and those who donated prizes. Hope to see you all at the match today...let's get behind the team #WeAreKillie
  23. The winner of the family season ticket is currently abroad and has asked the Trust to give away the two adult and two kids tickets that he has available for today. Send me a message if you want them and I will put you in touch with Trust Chairman Jim Thomson...first come first served basis and we will post notice when they are gone.
  24. We have two pairs of tickets to Saturday’s match at home to Hibs. All you have to do to win a pair is sign up for the Trust In Killie initiative and your name will go into a draw on Friday night! #YourClubYourTime CLICK HERE
  25. The Killie Hippo fanzine has 20 signed copies of "Monty Monty" for sale, a tribute to Killie legend and 1997 Scottish Cup winning captain Ray Montgomerie. The book is no longer in print and with every book being personally signed this truly is a limited edition treat! The books will be sold on a first come first served basis and every penny received will be going to Trust in Killie. It's the perfect Xmas gift for all Killie fans so to grab a copy simply send an e-mail to killliehippo@aol.com with your name and contact details. The price is only £20 however if you want to pay more then it will all be going to a great cause...huge thanks to Monty for donating these.

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