Sedgley Tigers RUFC Ladies Day Raises £4,000 for Boot out Breast Cancer
The Sedgley Tigers Rugby Union Football Club (RUFC) in Manchester, England, has been making a difference through their annual Ladies Day event, and in games where they wear pink and white kits to raise funds for Boot out Breast Cancer. In their most recent event, the Sedgley Tigers RUFC Ladies Day raised an impressive £4,000 for our worthy cause.
The Sedgley Tigers RUFC Ladies’ Day is a special event that brings together the club’s female players, supporters, and the wider community to show their solidarity in the fight against breast cancer. The event involves various activities and drinks and food to raise funds for Boot Out Breast Cancer!
The pink and white kits not only make a striking statement on the rugby field, but they also serve as a symbol of hope and solidarity for those affected by breast cancer. The players and supporters alike take pride in wearing these kits..
The success of their Ladies’ Day is a testament to the generosity and compassion of the Sedgley Tigers RUFC community and their commitment to making a difference. The funds raised will go towards providing much-needed resources for those affected by breast cancer. Not only this, but it also raises awareness about breast cancer and the importance of early detection.
The Sedgley Tigers RUFC Ladies Day is a shining example of a community coming together to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer. We’d like to say a huge thank you for their incredible donation of £4,000, showcasing their unwavering commitment to supporting breast cancer patients and those affected by the disease.