EFL and Premier League clubs have united this September for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, supporting the Bradley Lowery Foundation as they fundraise to aid further research into childhood cancer.
Six-year-old Sunderland supporter Bradley Lowery lost his battle to High Risk Neuroblastoma in July 2017. The Foundation was set up in his memory to help children and their families who have been affected by cancer or other childhood illnesses.
During September, the Bradley Lowery Foundation, with support from the football community, aims to raise awareness and money to fund further research, treatment and equipment for those with childhood cancer.
Every penny raised will help to make a difference to young people and their families who are impacted by the illness, with The Bradley Lowery Foundation matching funds up to £50,000.
To support the Bradley Lowery Foundation this Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, go to http://bit.ly/blfgogold and donate just £1 or Text CCAM96 £1 to 70070.
(The Hatters celebrate in their win over Cambrige United with the Bradley thumbs up)