STATESBORO, Ga. - South Georgia Tormenta FC has announced fundraisers for the remainder of its 2020 home matches at Erk Russell Park. After raising money for causes, such as the Bulloch County NAACP and meals for locals in need, the club continues its community efforts by raising money for several different charities as well as supporting South Georgia's first responders and healthcare workers.
Tormenta FC advises fans wanting to attend theme nights in-person to purchase 2020 tickets in advance to guarantee their spot as capacity is limited due to government regulations surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Walk-up tickets throughout the season are not guaranteed. Fans can take advantage of Tormenta FC’s Buy 5, Get 5 flex package deals that are valid through the 2021 season.
To kick off a long-lasting partnership with the Salvation Army, Tormenta FC will run a ticket fundraiser for its match on Sept. 4 against Greenville Triumph SC. A portion of each ticket purchased will be donated to help people in need in Statesboro.
Thanks to the Hampton Inn, Tormenta FC will honor all first responders and healthcare workers on Sept. 11 by providing them with free General Admission tickets to its match versus Union Omaha. To redeem their free tickets, health workers can show their badge at the ticket booth on game day or reserve their tickets by texting their name to (912) 388-9010. Additionally, a portion of each ticket will go towards the Bulloch County Parks and Recreation.
Tormenta FC is working alongside the American Red Cross to raise money for disaster relief. On Oct. 7, a portion of the ticket proceeds from its match against FC Tucson will go back to the Red Cross. A number of businesses in Statesboro have also pledged to match what Tormenta FC raises that night.
Tormenta FC closes out its 2020 home schedule on Oct. 21 during Breast Cancer Awareness month and will donate a portion of each ticket proceeds to the American Cancer Society.