Cardiff City FC gave Dreams & Wishes a great honour this weekend as their match against West Ham was dedicated to the charity.
Thanks to this fantastic move, the club helped the charity to raise over £1040, as well as raise awareness of the fantastic work that our team does to help seriously ill children.
The match also helped to make another dream come true as nine-year-old Jamie Lee Gill, who has Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia, was chosen to represent the charity as the match mascot.
Cardiff City captain and Dreams & Wishes ambassador Marc Hudson lead the team in their warm ups as they wore the charity’s official t-shirts before kick-off.
Unfortunately, West Ham came out on top of the match but that didn’t dampen the spirit of the team of charity volunteers who went along.
Charity chairman, Tony Curtis MBE, said: “It has been a fantastic day and we are so proud to have had the match dedicated to Dreams & Wishes. It is events like this that help us raise awareness of what we’re doing at the charity and helps us to be able to carry on making dreams come true.
“We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone at Cardiff City FC, including Marc Hudson, for the repeated support they give to the charity as it is so vital to ensuring we continue our work.”