We visited Richard House Children’s Hospice in Beckton where we dropped off 150 Easter eggs, to terminally ill children. Murad, his family and the staff at the hospice were over the moon to receive the Donation.
Murad’s story; Murad, 22 from East Ham, who is a West Ham fan was diagnosed with a rare kidney and blood disorder, Fanconi anaemia, shortly after he was born and was only given 2 days to live. Since then, he has had 50 operations, including a kidney transplant when he was 11. However, he is in need of another transplant because of the age of the kidney, which was donated by a 45-year-old
Murad is also an ambassador for The Dream Factory, a charity that aims to grant wishes for children and young adults with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions, or who have severe disabilities (who we, the Hammers for work and support group work very closely with now).
Thank you one and all for the kind monetary donations that helped buy the Easter Eggs for the children in Newham. Lindsay
All charities mentioned are all
associated with WHU FC.⚒— with Neil Taylor and 2 others.