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Run For The 96 5K is a new and accessible for all running event in memory of the 96 Liverpool football fans lost in the Hillsborough tragedy.
The event has been created by Dom Williams, the man behind the Hillsborough-Anfield Run, an annual challenge which involves small team of runners from across the country come together to complete 96 miles over three days between Sheffield and Liverpool. Read the rest of this entry »
Liverpool fans around the world again unite to help 1-year-old Kopite in his battle against leukaemia.
Little Bartus Waracki from Bielsk Podlaski, Poland was born on the 22nd July 2013 and he was healthy. However couple of weeks later on 9th September Bartus had to come back to the hospital. Doctors’ diagnosis was leukaemia.
Eight months in hospital and chemotherapy devastated Bartus’s health system. The boy’s lucky day came on 1st May 2014 when he finally came back home, but the fear is still with Waracki’s family.
– We have to wait around 5 years to be sure if Bartus have beaten the leukaemia – said Ewelina Waracka, mother of Bartus.
– Our brave boy has a small victory, but we still don’t know if he will be able to defeat leukaemia.
Bartus still needs help and LFC 2014 Fan of the Year Rado Chmiel and his friend Magdalena Spratek decided to help their fellow supporter by creating an English version of Facebook fanpage where they post all the updates about Bartus’s fight against leukaemia.
– Bartus still needs help with treatment and rehabilitation – says Rado.
– Transport to the hospital for regular checks, disinfection stuff costs lots of money and despite Bartus parents effort they are not able to cover all the costs of treatment.
– That’s why we created the Paypal account and English version of his Facebook page to aware the people and put all the recent updates about his health condition – added Magdalena.
– We are also in the middle of organising the charity music event in Liverpool where all the funds from the tickets and charity auctions of football memorabilia will be donated to Bartus and his family. All the details about the event will be on his Facebook page – added Rado.
For more information on Bartus story and how to donate
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Liverpools-little-fighter-Bartus/395319900616820?fref=ts
Jamie Carragher has signed a limited number of Champions League Final commemorative programmes, Liverpool v AC Milan, 2005. They are brand new.
As we near the 10th anniversary of that incredible night in Istanbul, here is your chance to own a piece of history! The signed programme will be sent with another publication called The History of the 49 finals which includes details of Liverpool’s 4 previous triumphs!
There are limited numbers available and Jamie has signed them on the cover in a permanent marker (as per pictures attached).
To order please write to email@example.com with details of your full postal address and preferred payment method. They will be sold on a first come first served basis.
They are £55 each which includes shipping by recorded mail and each one will be accompanied by our unique certificate of authenticity. Payment can be made by paypal, bank transfer or cheque payable to the 23 Foundation. All profits go to our charity.
Captain Steven Gerrard’s goal-scoring header leads the way to victory against Milan. The Liverpool fans jump to their feet, singing ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ and scream ‘GOAL!’ at the 2005 UEFA Champions League final in Istanbul.
The biggest sporting moments from the best of British, including Lewis Hamilton, have been immortalised on canvas and will be auctioned from September 4 to 14 for Willow – the only national charity working with seriously ill young adults aged 16 to 40 to fulfil uplifting and unforgettable Special Days. The artworks will be on show at a public exhibition, September 9 & 10 at Bonhams, London W1.
Britain’s top sporting heroes Mo Farah; Lewis Hamilton; AP McCoy; Theo Walcott; Steven Gerrard; Wayne Rooney; Andy Murray; Sir Bradley Wiggins; Sir Ben Ainslie; Ian Poulter; Justin Rose; Hannah Cockroft and Christine Ohuruogu have all taken part in Sportwaves. The stunning collection depicts a fine art portrait of the sportsmen and women in action, combined with a digital soundwave of the moment captured.
Each original artwork has been signed by the sporting great and will be available to view at the public exhibition, and to bid for online in the charity auction. Artwork is available to view now at www.sportwaves.org
Each piece has been created by artist Rob Highton, whose stunning work includes paintings of sporting heroes, music and popular culture, and Tim Wakefield, a new media artist whose work features the exuberant infusion of digital sound waves with paintings.
“The combination of fine art and high profile sporting heroes is an exciting match for any sport or art lover. The Sportwaves collection captures special moments in sporting history. Funds raised at auction will enable Willow to provide its own special moments for those living with life threatening conditions at a time when they need it most,” said Bob Wilson, Willow co-founder and Life President.
To date Willow has provided more than 10,000 Special Days for people living with cancer, cystic fibrosis, motor neurone disease, muscular dystrophy, organ failure and Huntington’s, amongst other conditions. These Special Days enable them and their families to reconnect and refocus on each other while enjoying an activity of their choosing. A day for them, a day about them and a day that will create memories they will treasure forever.
Willow was founded by former Arsenal goalkeeper and TV presenter, Bob Wilson and his wife, Megs, as a lasting memorial to their daughter, Anna, who died of cancer aged 31.
For more information about Willow visit www.willowfoundation.org.uk or telephone 01707 259777.
As a result of unprecedented demand, Jamie Carragher has issued a limited number of boxed commemorative medals in aid of his charity, The 23 Foundation.
The medals are beautifully presented and come in a box which Jamie has signed personally in a gold permanent marker.
The box and medal have the famous number 23 embossed on them with “Jamie Carragher, one club legend”
This is an authentic brand new official product. It is signed by Jamie (as per picture).
The boxed medal will be sent by recorded mail with our unique certificate of authenticity. All proceeds go to Jamie’s charity.
Each medal is £45 which includes shipping world-wide.
To order please write to firstname.lastname@example.org