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Bucket Collection for Isabella Lyttle at tomorrow's match

The young Walsall fan is suffering with neuroblastoma

29 December 2017

We will be holding a bucket collection before tomorrow’s game against Rotherham in aid of young Walsall fan Isabella Lyttle.

Ten-year-old Isabella is suffering with neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer that is the most common cause of death for children aged 1 to 14 years.

The courageous young girl has fought this debilitating illness since she was three years old, going into remission three times, but sadly the cancer has now returned.

With no curative treatment currently in this country, she needs to go to America for pioneering therapy, which will cost £200,000.

The fund currently stands at just over £22,000 and Isabella needs as much help as possible to raise the necessary amount.

You can make a difference by donating at tomorrow’s game or via her Just Giving page - https://www.justgiving.com/campaigns/charity/solvingkidscancer/isabellalyttle

Alternatively, you can text ISLY88 (followed by whatever you would like to donate, £1-£10) to 70070.

For more information on Isabella’s story, visit her Facebook page – Isabella’s Neuroblastoma Journey

Please be generous.

Top Picture: Isabella with her friends and Saddlers players Liam Kinsella and Jordon Sangha at October's LYTTLEFEST fundraising event.

Bottom Picture: Isabella in hospital and with Marci Longhi, the Mayor of Walsall.


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