Helsby Powered Wheelchair Appeal

The Moore Foundation and RBS Corporate Banking presented a cheque for the sum of £3,000 to the Powered Wheelchair Appeal at Helsby Golf Club in 2013. The donation has enabled the Appeal to fund its 308th powered wheelchair which will benefit Dominic Antwis, aged 12 from Runcorn.

Despite being partially blind and with very limited abilities, Dominic is a happy child who loves to listen to nursery rhymes and to accompany the rest of his family on their outings with their dogs. The powered wheelchair will make a difference to Dominic and his family and will enable them to get about more easily as a family.

Frank Noel presenting Moore Foundation cheque to beneficiaries

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