List of acts of kindness from Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney show they are the dream owners
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Wrexham's Hollywood owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have done so much for the club since their takeover in 2020.
The club are on the brink of promotion to League Two after their stellar campaign in the National League this season.
If they earn promotion, it'll cap off a brilliant journey, with Reynolds and McElhenney working wonders off the pitch.
From charitable donations to helping out local teams. Here's some of their acts of kindness since taking charge of the Welsh side.
Donating £6,000 to disabled Wrexham fan
Die-hard Wrexham Aiden Stott, who has cerebral palsy, launched a campaign in a bid to raise money for a new bath and mechanical hoist.
Shortly after completing the takeover of the club, McElhenney donated the full target amount of £6,000.
Donating £10,000 after Jordan Davies' baby died
Wrexham midfielder Jordan Davies and his partner Kelsey Edwards tragically lost their baby boy Arthur at birth in December 2021.
They launched a campaign to raise money for stillbirth and neonatal death charity Sands UK, with Reynolds, McElhenney and their partners, Blake Lively and Kaitlin Olson, donating £10,000. They smashed the goal of £1,500 with their generous donation.
Helping provide kits for a local youth team
Reynolds isn't just looking after the first-team as he helped provide kits for a local youth team. FC United of Wrexham U12s were in need of gear, with the Wrexham co-owner donating £1,600 to the cause.
Kayleigh Burton, who made the appeal online, said: "I’m lost for words, and over the moon. Thank you Ryan for putting a smile on the team’s face, if thank you is even enough. Keegen is Wrexham’s number one fan. His dad would be made up for him and bursting with pride."
Buying a round of drinks
Reynolds and McElhenney marked the anniversary of their takeover by delivering a bar tab for 365 G&Ts at The Turf Hotel near the club's ground.
"Just a quick note to thank each and every one of you on our 1-year anniversary with the club," they wrote. "The love and adoration for Wrexham FC - it’s unlike anything we’ve ever seen. That’s why we’ve put up 365 Aviation Gin and Tonics behind the bar. Have one on us."
Revamping the club
Reynolds and McElhenney have bolstered the surroundings at the Racecourse Ground, kitting it out with a new gym. They also have wider plans, which includes building a modern training centre and a new Kop stand to hold over 5,000 fans.
(H/T Wales Online)