Paul Morrison

Leeds That Prize Draw- Jack's page (prize draw now closed)

Fundraising for York Special Care Baby Unit Support Group
raised of £2,000 target
by 110 supporters
In memory of Jack Morrison
We support York Special Care Baby Unit to provide specialised equipment & training


*Prize draw now closed- drawing in July. Any further donations would be gratefully received*

IMPORTANT! Please tick the ‘I am happy to be contacted’ box and supply your contact details, We can not see anonymous entries and you will be ineligible for the prize draw.

Jack arrived in a hurry on Monday 23rd December. We were very fortunate to be heading toward York hospital, where the special care baby unit has capacity to take babies born at 27 weeks gestation or above. In all he spent 6 days there, and was cared for by the most amazing team of neo-natal nurses. These people are real life superheroes, doing miraculous work for babies like Jack, many of whom grow up to be healthy children and adults. We owe them a huge debt of gratitude for giving us the opportunity to make life long memories with our son, before he sadly passed away.

Your entry to our draw will help other babies and give them the best chance in life. Whether it is equipment or items that make family's stay there more comfortable every penny will be incredibly valuable. 

Jack came to the world to make us all better people, thank you for your donation. 

**Prize Draw**

This is your chance to win a bundle of exclusive Leeds goodies AND raise money for a couple of fantastic causes with The Leeds That Podcast.

Available to win is:

* A Leeds United shirt signed by Yorkshire & England cricketer, Tim Bresnan

* A Yorkshire cricket shirt signed by Tim and the Yorkshire squad

* Another Leeds United shirt signed by Jermaine Beckford

* A copy of Bryn Law’s book ‘Zombie Nation Awakes’ signed by Bryn

* A handwritten ‘Marching On Together’ chord sheet signed by Ellen Smith from Shadowlark

* A signed copy of Andrew ‘Stats’ Dalton’s book ‘An Official History of Leeds United’

* A re-modelled Kalvin Phillips Funko figure courtesy of friend-of-the-pod Marc Brine

* A DVD copy of ‘Do You Want To Win’ signed by Director, Lee Hicken

* A DVD copy of ‘As Good as It Gets’ signed by Leeds Rhinos legend, Jamie Jones-Buchanan

* An unopened Tony Yeboah Corinthian figure donated by our very own Andy Ireland


To enter, all you need to do is make a £5 donation to one of our two chosen charities:

1. Orb Community Arts in Knaresborough or York Special Care Baby Unit - a unit within York hospital that provides round-the-clock specialist care and nursing for babies who are born prematurely or unwell. info at

2. You can have one entry for free by signing up to the mailing list at

After that, you can enter as many times as you like. Any £5 donation to the two charities at the links above counts as one entry. Please donate in multiples of £5 to ensure it counts as additional entries to the draw.

Make sure you include your name and contact details so that you can be entered into the draw. Donations without this information will not be entered

Please do not tick ‘Gift Aid’ as prize draws are not eligible.

The members of Leeds That and their families are not eligible to take part in this draw and the draw will be made by an independent third party.

100% of the money raised will go to the two nominated charities. Fees for Just Giving will be deducted from the total.

If you have anything that you could add to the prize draw bundle please e-mail us at

We thank you very much for taking part in memory of Stuart and Jack.

From all of us at Leeds That

Andy, James, Paul & Matt


Important & Legal Stuff:

Please tick the ‘I am happy to be contacted’ box and supply your contact details, otherwise we won’t be able to tell you if you win and you will be ineligible for the prize draw

1. If you see an option for Gift Aid, please do NOT tick this box. Donations to a prize draw aren’t eligible under HMRC rules.

2. Each entrant is allowed one free entry. The one free entry is available by entering name and email address at Emails are added to our main mailing list to allow contact should you win. Our list also sends out automatic emails when our Podcasts go live and we send updates around other Leeds That news and events.

3. The cost of each ticket entry is £5.

4. You may donate more than once.

5. Donations must be made in advance of the draw date. Any payment received after the draw date will be treated as a donation.

6. To donate you must be residents of Great Britain (only) and 16 years of age or over. This means that online entries will not be accepted from Northern Ireland (sorry!)

7. No personal details will be shared with third parties.

8. This fundraiser is undertaken by Leeds That (

9. Friends and family members of Leeds That are excluded from the draw.

10. Decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into regarding the prize draw and/or its result.

11. Winning names will be available via social media

12. Name will be drawn at random

13. We may change details of the prize draw. For instance, we're currently waiting on prizes to be delivered

14. There are no cash alternatives

15. The Promoter is committed to operating the lottery in a socially responsible way. If you, or someone you know, need information and/or help with problem gambling, please call the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020 133 or visit the Be Gamble Aware website .

16. Anonymous entries through Just Giving, aren’t eligible as the fundraising platform wont share your details for us to be able to contact you, in the event you are drawn as the winner.

About the charity

“We support the relief, care and treatment of premature and sick new born babies in the SCBU at York Hospital, by assisting with the purchase of specialised medical equipment, improving amenities and facilities, supporting parents and siblings and helping with the training of staff on the unit."

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