The Emmerson Boyce Tribute Night at the DW Stadium, organised by Barry Worthington, featured a This Is Your Life presentation of the legendary Latics captain, and produced over £2,000 for Joseph’s Goal.
Thank you to Jade Wood, who raised over £900 by running the Brighton marathon in a personal best time, to raise awareness for NKH, inspired by a friend whose child has the condition.
Wigan Warriors captain and Joseph Goal ambassador, Sean O’Loughlin, was given a £500 celebrity charity bet on the Grand National by Coral. His horse, Balthazar King, didn’t win, but Coral paid out, and Sean gave the money to Joseph’s Goal. Much appreciated.
A raffle at the Bubbles and Baubles evening at the Delph Tavern,Tontine, raised £65 for Joseph’s Goal. Thank you, ladies!
The second annual Joseph’s Goal Charity Ball at the DW Stadium was attended by over 250 people, raising over £20,000. An excellent evening was enjoyed by all.
Following an inspirational talk by David Clarke, First Complete made a donation of £3125 to David’s chosen charity, Joseph’s Goal. Much appreciated!
Joseph’s Goal cyclists again rode from Wigan to Blackpool, raising over £1,250, including £250 from Lucy Cachia-Boyce, who was a late withdrawal.
Joseph’s Goal is proud to announce the details of our second annual ball. The theme is ‘Twinkle like our little Star’, so dust off your sparkles and join sporting VIPs and celebrity supporters of Joseph’s Goal for a night of glitz and glamour at the DW Stadium to help raise vital funds for a cure for [...]
Sarah Makepeace asked for donations rather than presents for the 12th birthday of daughter Georgia, who has NKH, and raised over £800. Thank you so much.
Renowned Wigan drinker, John Holland, undertook a sponsored alcohol ban for one month, and raised an incredible £1,200. Well done, Chunk!