Football Shirt Friday
27 Apr 2018

Rose Hill Sch Football Shirt Friday

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Joe Dunne

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I’m taking part in Football Shirt Friday to raise money for the Bobby Moore Fund, please support me

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Cancer is happening right now, which is why I’m fundraising for The Bobby Moore Fund. There’s no time to lose!

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About the Bobby Moore Fund:
Bobby Moore was just 51 years old when he died from bowel cancer. The Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK was set up 25 years ago by Stephanie Moore MBE, Bobby’s widow, in his memory to fund pioneering, life-saving bowel cancer research.

Since the fund was set up, mortality rates have fallen by more than 30% and over £23.5 million has been raised for research. But there’s still more we have to do. Wear your shirt on 27 April and do your bit in bringing forward the day when all cancers are cured.

What I'll be doing:
On Friday 27th April 2018, as a Chelsea supporter, I will be wearing a rival football team shirt in order to raise money for the fund. I will be wearing a Liverpool FC football shirt, hoping to raise as much money as I can to help beat cancer! Why don't you sponsor me?

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Bowel cancer

Over the past 40 years there's been dramatic progress in tackling bowel cancer and half of people diagnosed will now survive for at least 10 years. But with bowel cancer still claiming around 43 lives each day, more research still needs to be done. Help Cancer Research UK find new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat the disease.