Savannah Clovers FC to host a diaper drive for their home match against Chattanooga FC

The Savannah Clovers And Cumulus Radio Will Be Accepting Baby Product Donations For Families In Need

Savannah Clovers Football Club and Cumulus Radio today announced a plan to host a special Diaper Drive for the Clover’s next upcoming home match against Chattanooga FC on Saturday, September 16th.

Due to a nationwide shortage of baby care products, the Savannah Clovers and popular radio stations KIX 96, I-95, E93, and Magic 103.9 of Savannah will accept donations on behalf of “Shelter From The Rain – Community Outreach For Single Mothers and Over The Moon Diaper Bank.”

Fans and community members who wish to donate are encouraged to bring the following items: Baby Wipes, Baby Wash, Baby Lotion, Diapers (Preemie and Newborn to Size 6), Pull-Ups (Girls & Boys – 2t-3t, 4t-5t, 5t-6t), Training Pants (all sizes: 2/3T, 3/4T, 4/5T), and also diapers for adults in all sizes.

“Cumulus Radio is proud to work with the Clovers to help mothers and families in need during these difficult times,” said Promotions Director Jessica Samson. “The shortage of diapers, formula, and other baby care products is making it increasingly difficult for these members of our community to take care of their children and we are delighted to help in any way that we can.”

“As stewards of our community, we are always looking for ways that we can use our club and our brand to help elevate the projects of other non-profit organizations in Savannah,” said Chief Community Officer Brian Sykes. “We are proud to work with Cumulus in assisting these non-profits in order to get these baby care products to the most vulnerable in our community.”

Fans who wish to attend the league match against Chattanooga FC at Memorial Stadium on September 16th can do so at Doors open at 6 PM and kickoff will start at 7 PM.

About Savannah Clovers Football Club

Savannah Clovers Football Club is a Community-based soccer team founded on June 23, 2016 as a local amateur club. The team played in the United Premier Soccer League for five seasons and participated in both the 2020 and 2021 editions of the NISA Independent Cup. The club’s mission is to bring the highest levels of soccer to the Hostess City, while engaging players, fans and local businesses to serve our community.  In 2022 Savannah Clovers received a major financial investment resulting in the club turning professional and gaining membership into NISA (The National Independent Soccer League sanctioned as a National Division Three League by the United States Soccer Federation). Savannah Clovers FC will begin their inaugural season in NISA as the city’s first professional outdoor soccer season in April of 2023.

About NISA

The National Independent Soccer Association was founded in 2017 with a mission to bring professional soccer to every city in the United States. A pro league member of U.S. Soccer, NISA focuses on a model based on meritocracy, independent clubs controlling their own league, clubs owning their intellectual property, all without the barrier of territorial rights. A member of the U.S. Soccer Federation, NISA also runs the mid-summer Independent Cup, open to independent professional and amateur clubs alike, and NISA Nation, an incubator league for amateur clubs interested in going pro.

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