Saints Foundation to support Teenage Cancer Trust

By SFC Media Sat 28 Jan Ben Cull
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Southampton Football Club and Saints Foundation are proud to be supporting Teenage Cancer Trust on behalf of one of the club’s second-year scholars, Benjamin Cull.

Southampton Football Club and Saints Foundation are proud to be supporting Teenage Cancer Trust on behalf of one of the club’s second-year scholars, Benjamin Cull.

Ben is currently undergoing treatment for Ewings Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, and is receiving the majority of his treatment at Teenage Cancer Trust’s unit at Southampton General Hospital.

At today’s game against Arsenal, Ben’s family and friends will be collecting change outside St Mary’s to support Teenage Cancer Trust. Please dig deep if you can!

Saints Foundation will match all donations that are made on matchday.

Teenage Cancer Trust are there to make sure young people don’t face cancer alone. But, right now, for every young person that they reach, there’s another that they can’t.

The Teenage Cancer Trust unit in Southampton opened in 2013 and is designed to feel more like home than a hospital ward. They make sure that the environment is as positive and unintimidating as possible.

Amanda Hetherington, Teenage Cancer Trust Regional Fundraiser for the South, said: “We would like to thank Saints Foundation and the Cull family for all their support.

“Without the generosity of supporters, it would not have been possible to maintain these state-of-the-art facilities for young people with cancer in the south region. Thank you so much.”

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