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9 September 2015

Supporters raise £1485 for charity...

SUPPORTERS of Walsall and Coventry City helped raise a total of £1,485 for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Fans of both clubs generously donated whilst attending the game between the two sides at the Banks's Stadium on 22nd August. Designated bucket collections were placed around the stadium in an attempt to raise as much money as possible for young people living with cancer in the UK.

A total of £1,485 was raised on the day. The club would like to thank everyone who dipped into their pockets to generously donate on the day. 

The Teenage Cancer trust is dedicated to improving the quality of life and chances of survival for young people with cancer aged between 13 and 24 years old. The organisation funds and builds specialist units within NHS hospitals bringing young people together so they can be treated together by cancer experts.

In addition, the charity educate young people about Cancer and empower them to take control of their health and seek help if worried. Health professionals also play a huge role in the treatment of young people, with the charity aiding in their development and knowledge in order to improve the speed and quality of diagnosis.

If you wish to donate to the Teenage Cancer Trust, you still can! Visit the charity's Just Giving page at


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