In April, we attended a special event to thank all the individuals and organisations that helped raise £6,000 for two charities supported by footballer Frank Lampard, The National Literacy Trust and Teen Cancer America.
We’d like to say a big thank-you to Carlos ‘Rafi’ Moersen of New York City FC, who invited us along to the celebration and helped coordinate all the fundraising activities that took place earlier this year.
The National Literacy Trust works to improve reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in the UK’s most disadvantaged communities. Teen Cancer America operates across the United States and partners with hospitals to develop facilities and services especially for teens and young adults with cancer. We’re really pleased to have been able to support the work both these important charities do.
Donation made in honour of Frank Lampard.
Forever Hope Foundation attend a celebration in aid of two outstanding causes.
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