Football Shirt Friday raises £70 for bowel cancer

27 Apr
2016

As part of a ‘Football Shirt Friday’ campaign, staff donned their team’s football shirts and raised over £70 for the Bobby Moore Fund.

Football Shirt Friday raises £70 for bowel cancer

Staff members were encouraged to donate at least £2 to the cause while partaking in the fashion festivities.

The Bobby Moore Fund, in partnership with Cancer Research UK aims to raise awareness of bowel cancer and funds research to help prevent and treat the disease. Established in 1993, it has helped ensure a 30% rise in the number of survivors.

The event also marks a further step in our partnership with Hounslow-based cancer charity The Mulberry Centre, who provided talks and materials for Hounslow Highways on cancer awareness and improving health and well-being.

 


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