West Brom manager Darren Moore teams up with Solihull school to raise £8k - The Solihull Observer

West Brom manager Darren Moore teams up with Solihull school to raise £8k

Solihull Editorial 22nd Nov, 2018   0

WEST Bromwich Albion manager Darren Moore has teamed up with Solihull Junior School to help raise more than £8,000 for charity.

Football-mad pupils donated money to take part in an exclusive coaching session with the Baggies boss, who also donated a football signed by the Championship side to the raffle.

Other fundraising activities included a photo booth, a book sale, a giant tuck shop, a talent show and a Monitors versus Staff football match.

The money raised will be shared between Heronfield Rescue Centre and the KidsOut Giving Tree Appeal.




Mark Penney, head of the Junior School at Solihull, said: “Heronfield is a popular, local shelter which provides care for a variety of unwanted animals including llamas, alpacas and snakes, as well as more typical farm animals and pets.

“We are also supporting the KidsOut Giving Tree Appeal by providing more than 500 presents for children who will spend Christmas in Women’s Aid refuge across the Greater Birmingham area.”


Appeals to donate second hand trainers and spectacles were also made on behalf of Assist RR, which focuses on assisting victims of war in Sri Lanka.

Mr Penney said: “In total, we collected 1,135 pairs of glasses and 255 pairs of trainers, which will now be sent to an eye clinic and schools in Vanna and Kilinochchi respectively.”

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