In our efforts to raise money for Breast Cancer Now through our Wolves Truck Auction, the news managed to reach Jonathan Hayward, one of Sir Jack’s son who gave a generous donation.
He was not aware that the truck existed. However, while he was catching up on news about the Wolves on the Express and Star website he spotted the article we had released in the paper about the auction.
We had a conversation with Jonathan who was impressed with our tribute to his father and the Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club.
“I am very touched that you thought Dad warranted a special place in your fleet. With this in mind, I would like to make a donation of £5,000.00 to your Breast Cancer Charity.”
He has very kindly made a donation of £5000 which will be added to our total raised by the auction. This will then be donated to Breast Cancer Now through the Legacy4Lucy charity.
JJX and Legacy4Lucy are extremely appreciative of this amazing donation. Here at JJX we are hoping to help the Legacy4Lucy team take their fundraising efforts to over £250,000 with this auction.
You only have until 28th September to place a bid on the Wolves inspired Sir Jack DAF truck.
Take a look at our other blogs to learn more about the truck.