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JLWHU 12:18 Fri Jan 26
Charity Football Match for Isla's Fight
On Tuesday 13th February, a few West Ham fans will be playing a charity football match in aid of Isla's Fight.

Isla Caton has recently been diagnosed in March with a rare child cancer called Neuroblastoma. Isla is currently undergoing intense 15 months of chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment at Great Ormond Street after the aggressive cancer spread to her bones and bone marrow.

They are trying to raise £192,000.00 to get her to USA as soon as she finishes treatment to receive the Bivalent vaccine in Memorial Sloan Kettering cancer hospital in New York, that can prevent her neuroblastoma returning.

I know most of you have already heard of Isla's story due to the club's push for donations, and many of you may have already donated, but any more donations are welcome and very appreciated. As an added incentive to donate, WHO Poster Huffers will be giving out signed West Ham photos from all eras at random to anyone who donates to this fabulous cause.

Here's the link to donate to our specific page:
https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/ricefansfc

Thank you everyone!

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Huffers 11:11 Fri Jan 26
Re: Charity Football Match for Isla's Fight
We’ve raised £1000 in just over one day so far. Thanks to anyone on here who has donated.

Buster 12:56 Fri Jan 26
Re: Charity Football Match for Isla's Fight
Awful business, this. I’ve got a tin to hopefully get a few quid from all the pissheads on the train to Wigan and back tomorrow.

They’ve done ridiculously well to get over £130k already.

One McAvennieeeeee 12:36 Fri Jan 26
Re: Charity Football Match for Isla's Fight
This is a great cause, and I have donated and I hope it all works out well for the poor girl.

But...................not sure if I'm alone here, but I can't help thinking certain people are using this to boost their own social media 'profile'

Hope I'm wrong.





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