Weʼre raising £2,000 to Give children in hospital over Christmas a present on Christmas Day. And redecorate Chemotherapy waiting room for Patients to enjoy.
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Celtic Rail Barbarians RFC play Rugby for all charities that benefit from our donations.
Our aim for Christmas 2016 is to be able to hand presents to children who are unwell in hospital. For a child to be stuck in hospital on Christmas day is heartbreaking. We want to be able to make sure that all children in a children's ward will show their beautiful smiles on Christmas morning whilst we hand out presents. We also want to try and provide a few essentials for parents when they are staying in the ward with the children.
At the end of our season, we will be hoping to get the chemotherapy waiting room at Cardiff Hospital redecorated. This is the first room unfortunate patients see when they start their horriffic journey of cancer treatment.
Cancer will or has hit every person in some way or another in life. It's a horrid disease that we all dread.
To give patients and relatives a lovely Warm decorated area for them to rest and wait will help their road to recovery. We at CRBRFC want to make sure this happens.
We are asking for any donations of any size to help us deliver these goals. All donations will be greatly appreciated and listed as a huge thank you on our Facebook page.
Please visit our Facebook page to see our results and games throughout our season. Celtic Rail Barbarians.
We have a website that also advises of games, results, team news and meet the players.
May I thank you with all my strength for kindly donating.
Ted. - Team Manager.
Stew - Team Coach
Danny - Assistant coachb/ Team Captain
Phil - CRBRFC founder
Lee - Social Events Manager.
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Dec 15, 2016
Thanks very much Gianpiero @ http://www.portodue.co.ukVery generous! 👍
Nov 26, 2016
Nov 26, 2016
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