Wybone supports the cancer has no colours campaignJuly 17, 2017
We always do our best to show our support to the local and wider community, by taking part in as many charitable events as we possibly can!
Last Friday, we took part in a dress down day as part of the #cancerhasnocolours campaign, fundraising for the Bradley Lowery Foundation that supports families with neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer that predominantly affects children.
The campaign encouraged people across the country to wear football shirts and club colours to show that we stay united in the fight against cancer.
One Leeds United fan braved an office full of Barnsley fans here at Wybone headquarters, and no one batted an eyelid!
The parents of six-year-old Bradley Lowery initially started the charity to raise money for Bradley’s cancer treatment, but have since established the foundation to raise money for other children and families affected by cancer.
We got our kits on, Team Litter being our favourite (if we do say so ourselves) and raised a fantastic £144 for the charity, which we hope will make a small difference towards their fundraising projects.