Charity begins at home on Sunday
15 December 2016|Tottenham Hotspur
A local children’s choir is set to spread some festive cheer around White Hart Lane at Sunday’s game against Burnley and raise money for Spurs’ Charity Partner, Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice, North London’s only 'Hospice at Home' service.
The charity provides support for young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families and Sunday’s game provides a perfect platform to raise awareness of the great work they do.
Sarum Hall School choir, who starred in the Noah’s Ark Precious Moments concert in November, will be entertaining fans and raising money by performing carols around the stadium’s lounges ahead of kick-off. The children, aged 8-14, will then be given the opportunity to watch their Spurs heroes from an AIA donated box.
Collections will also be held around the stadium by Noah’s Ark volunteers before the match, who will provide information to fans on how to become involved in the charity, with further content published in the match day programme - including details on Kyle Walker’s recent visit to see the inspiring work that goes on behind the scenes.
Noah’s Ark provides clinical, emotional and practical care and support to children, with a central aim of enabling them to live life as fully as possible, regardless of cognitive or sensory ability. They are currently raising money for their Christmas Precious Moments appeal.
Spurs’ partnership sees the Club help raise awareness of the work of the charity and drive the recruitment of volunteers via high profile events and the support of the First Team players.
For more information on the Precious Moments appeal, visit - https://www.noahsarkhospice.org.uk