#TeamKemes Fundraising Hits £100,000

23rd October 2017


 

Ever since Wolverhampton Wanderers Goalkeeper Carl Ikeme was diagnosed with Acute Leukaemia in July, the entire  Wolves and wider football family has rallied in support of the Nigerian International. The #TeamKemes campaign has now gone beyond £100,000 which is 10% of Cure Leukaemia's £1m Appeal to expand the globally significant Centre for Clinical Haematology at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

In the week 1000 fans will receive their special 'Donate Your Name' shirts, Cure Leukaemia's CEO James McLaughlin has written this open letter of thanks to the Wolves family:

 

 

You can still donate or organise your own fundraising event to support the #TeamKemes campaign by clicking HERE

 

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