Amidst a busy Christmas period, Marc Sneyd, Cade Cust and Joe Shorrocks visited St Ann’s Hospice in Little Hulton to give staff, and residents a nice Monday afternoon boost.
As our relationship continues to blossom, Salford Red Devils wanted to recognise the incredible service the hospice provides all year round, but especially during the festive period.
Fundraising is essential to the running of the hospice and all of their services are free of charge, so initiatives like the current Christmas appeal are very important.
To find out how you can make a difference, please click HERE.
On Monday afternoon, Sneyd, Cust, and Shorrocks were the friendly faces who greeted staff and residents with some treats of non-alcoholic mulled wine, and mince pies.
Watch the video HERE to see how they got on!
Heather Bennett, the In-Memory and Legacy Fundraiser at St Ann’s Hospice, has said: “The relationship between St Ann’s Hospice and Salford Red Devils is so important in highlighting what community support really means.
“We are so grateful to Salford Red Devils for continuing to think of us and being there for us, helping raising awareness of what we do.
“We are looking forward to watching this relationship continue to grow!”
Managing Director of Salford Red Devils, Paul King has added: “Our St Ann’s Hospice ‘takeover day’ last season was a huge success and the perfect way to recognise the incredible services the charity provides.
“I know Christmas is a busy period for the staff, so hopefully the mince pies and mulled wine were a welcome boost.
“As always, it was great to see our players in attendance and I encourage anyone to see how they can help with their ongoing Christmas appeal!”