Isabella Lyttle was the club’s guest of honour at our most recent home game against Rotherham United, with Saddlers fans helping to raise more than £2,000 for Isabella’s treatment.
A bucket collection was held by volunteers - including Isabella's family and even our mascot Swifty - to help raise money for 10-year-old Isabella, who is suffering with neuroblastoma - a rare form of children’s cancer.
With no curative treatment currently available in this country, Isabella, from Walsall, needs to go to America for pioneering therapy, which will cost £200,000.
And Saddlers fans helped raise a fine amount, while Saddlers left-back Luke Leahy donated his match-day appearance fee to the charity after the game.
Walsall Football Club would like to thank all fans who donated to Isabella’s cause. We will continue to support Isabella's cause where possible and encourage anyone reading to donate if they can.
You can visit Isabella’s JustGiving page by clicking here, while donations can also be made via text. Simply text ISLY88 - followed by whatever sum you would like donate between £1 and £10 - to 70070.
More information on Isabella’s story can be found on her Facebook page - Isabella’s Neuroblastoma Journey.