Spirit of Shankly are organising a collection for Seán Cox at the game against Cardiff City at Anfield on Saturday 27 October, and we need volunteers to help on the day.
This follows the news that Seán has been moved to the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland, after treatment in Liverpool. He will undergo a 12-week intensive course. This is good news for Seán’s recovery, but he still has a long, expensive road ahead and, after this three months, he and his family will, when it comes to funding further treatment, be on their own.
As fellow supporters, we want to show the Cox family they are not alone. There is the possibility they will have to seek future rehab abroad and have begun a fundraising initiative, with an initial target of €2m.
SOS are keen to help where we can and are starting with a bucket collection before the game against Cardiff.
We need people to assist on the day. Meeting place will be Twelfth Man at 11.30am. If you, or anyone you, know can help, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let’s show Seán he will never walk alone.