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Ben joins fund-raising's Premier League Fantasy Football challenge

Ben's Fantasy Football League

Automotive industry charity Ben has launched its own Fantasy Football League for the 2021/22 Premier League season, which kicks off this weekend.

Ben is inviting automotive people to join its league for free and be in with the chance to win more than £1,000 in cash prizes throughout the Premier League season.

The charity said the league is a fun way for automotive people to compete with their colleagues and winners will also receive their own trophy.

There will be an automotive focus to Ben’s league, but anyone can enter for their chance to win, the charity said.

Matt Wigginton, director of partnerships, engagement and income at Ben, said: “We’re pitting the automotive industry against each other in the ultimate football competition. We can’t wait for kick off this week.

“There will be an automotive focus to our league, but anyone can join in for free and no prior football knowledge is required. So, what have you got to lose? Score some fantastic cash prizes by joining Ben’s Fantasy Football league.”

The charity said, by taking part in the league, participants will show their support for those in the industry.

Prizes up for grabs:

  • 1st place - £1,000
  • 2nd place - £250
  • 3rd place - £100
  • Monthly winner - £50
  • Most active Facebook contributor - £25

Ben recently announced it was launching a 'Big Breakfast' fundraiser in October.

In July, TrustFord was awarded the Payroll Giving Diamond Award 2021 in recognition of its commitment to fostering a culture of philanthropy in the workplace.

In February 2021, the company raised £75k by participating in ‘Breakout for Ben’s Active challenge’ to help the automotive sector charity bridge a £1 million funding shortfall brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing the total raised over the past three years to £300k.

Join Ben’s Fantasy Football League on the Ben website.

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