Everton pledge £200,000 to Sunderland’s brave five-year-old mascot for his cancer treatment
Everton have donated Â£200,000 to support Sunderland’s five-year-old mascot Bradley Lowery with his fight against cancer.
Everton Football Club has pledged a donation of Â£200,000 to support @Bradleysfight in his brave battle. Donate here: https://t.co/fxR5tYwG5L
— Everton (@Everton) September 12, 2016
People are incredibly touched by the gesture – whether they’re an Evertonian or not.
Top class from Evertonðð» pic.twitter.com/WBcSfdlgah
— emâ¨ (@neversh0utemma) September 12, 2016
Everton donating Â£200k for Bradley's fight is an amazing gesture. Fair play to them, when football pulls together it's a beautiful sight! ð
— Kraig Robbo (@KraigRobbo_) September 12, 2016
@Everton there really is no other club like it! We're the peoples club and it makes me proud! Good luck @Bradleysfight we're all behind youð
— Katherine Hurley (@khurley94) September 12, 2016
Amazing touch from @Everton donating Â£200,000 to #BradleysFight ðð½ Incredible stuff from everyone involved. pic.twitter.com/bWNoTB3bSC
— TheMCFCView (@TheMCFCView) September 12, 2016
Something else that from Everton donating Â£200k. Special club, ours.
— The Peoples Blog (@PeoplesBlog1878) September 12, 2016
@Everton so proud to be an EVERTONIAN ð
— Peter Reid (@reid6peter) September 12, 2016
no wonder Everton fans are so proud of their club, run in every correct way possible from top to bottom, they've touched a soft spot tonight
— . (@MickyJSafc) September 12, 2016
It gives even more meaning to the beautiful game.