Make-A-Wish launch keepy-uppies campaign
It’s important that, at times like this, everyone comes together – and that includes football and rugby.
Our friends at Make-A-Wish UK have launched a new campaign with England and Chelsea defender Millie Bright, challenging you to do as many keepy-uppies as you can.
We say using a rugby ball should get you extra points.
Like many other charities around the country, Make-A-Wish are feeling the effects of the Coronavirus outbreak and have over 2,000 children waiting for wishes to be fulfilled when the world is a safer place again.
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I am calling on you all to please join me in raising money for an incredibly important and inspiring charity – @makeawishuk. It is a tough time at the moment and charities really need our help, whilst putting smiles on people’s faces. Join me on Sunday 3rd May at 2pm (‘kick off’) for #MilliesMatchdayChallenge – donate what you can, as little as £1.00 to take part and get ready to show us your keepy uppie skills whilst being creative. Also a chance to win one of my signed Chelsea shirts!! Please go to the JustGiving page link in my bio to donate and keep following for more details! Thank you in advance for all your donations and I look forward to seeing your skills ◡̈ Please post your videos using the #MilliesMatchdayChallenge and make sure you tag me so I can repost, Thanks ◡̈
All you have to do to be involved is donate what you can – anything from as little as £1.
Challenge your friends and family to perform as many keepy uppies as possible when the whistle blows at 2pm on Sunday.
With feet, hands, head whether sitting or standing. Upload the videos to Instagram and include the hashtag #MilliesMatchdayChallenge.
Make sure you’re all practicing ahead of the LIVE event on Sunday 2pm Kickoff🌟@MakeAWishUK
Again thankyou in advance for all donations & huge thankyou to everyone that’s already donated💙
Link for my justgiving page is in my bio #MilliesMatchdayChallengehttps://t.co/ByvltRzLP7 pic.twitter.com/3iB0UDOstD
— Millie Bright (@Mdawg1bright) April 29, 2020
There will also be a chance to win one of Millie’s signed Chelsea shirts.
All donations can be made through Millie’s JustGiving page: