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WHRFC Ladies Day 2018

WHRFC fundraising to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness

26 Jul - 2 Sep 2018

WHRFC Ladies Day 2018

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Zac Southern

Total raised

£1,285.00

+ £17.50 Gift Aid

257 Complete
257% of £500.00 target

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Hi

Thank you for visiting our Fundraising Page.

On Saturday 1st September WHRFC will be presenting Ladies Day 2018. An event which will coincide with the first league weekend of the rugby season, with two home fixtures that day, it is the ideal opportunity for ladies to come and support a fantastic cause in Cancer Research. Should it take your fancy popping out for the games, we hope the lads will put a show on, on the pitch as well.

Ladies Day is something that we envisage becoming an annual fixture in the calendar for the club. It would be great if you could support this event.

For tickets and more information on the event, please contact Zac Southern - 07429975578 or the club direct.

Breast Cancer is something that has affected a number of people with close links to the club, this coupled with the nature of the event - being a Ladies Day, the decision was made that the day should support this wonderful cause. As such all funds raised will be directed specifically towards Breast Cancer.

The money we raise will both help fund life-saving research and raise much needed awareness.

Please if you can, support this event, be that through attending the event itself, giving a donation - however large or small through this page, or both.

Many Thanks

West Hartlepool Rugby Football Club

Latest updates

CRUK

Cancer Research UK

2018-10-15T09:36:47+00:00

100%

You've done it Zac! You've reached 100% of your £500.00 target.

CRUK

Cancer Research UK

2018-10-15T09:36:47+00:00

75%

You're almost there Zac! You've reached 75% of your £500.00 target.

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Zac Southern

2018-10-15T09:35:51+00:00

£965.00

Thanks to everyone who supported this, the day itself raised £965 for Cancer Research, with money still coming in from the sales of ltd edition socks

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Kerrie Hadfield

2018-09-02T19:04:12+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid
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Joanne McCarte

2018-09-01T11:28:05+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid

Have a great day!

K

Kathryn Waites

2018-09-01T10:02:25+00:00

£20.00

+£5.00 Gift Aid

Well done everyone x

Total raised£1,285.00

Online£1,285.00

Offline£0.00

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Story

Hi

Thank you for visiting our Fundraising Page.

On Saturday 1st September WHRFC will be presenting Ladies Day 2018. An event which will coincide with the first league weekend of the rugby season, with two home fixtures that day, it is the ideal opportunity for ladies to come and support a fantastic cause in Cancer Research. Should it take your fancy popping out for the games, we hope the lads will put a show on, on the pitch as well.

Ladies Day is something that we envisage becoming an annual fixture in the calendar for the club. It would be great if you could support this event.

For tickets and more information on the event, please contact Zac Southern - 07429975578 or the club direct.

Breast Cancer is something that has affected a number of people with close links to the club, this coupled with the nature of the event - being a Ladies Day, the decision was made that the day should support this wonderful cause. As such all funds raised will be directed specifically towards Breast Cancer.

The money we raise will both help fund life-saving research and raise much needed awareness.

Please if you can, support this event, be that through attending the event itself, giving a donation - however large or small through this page, or both.

Many Thanks

West Hartlepool Rugby Football Club

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