Published: Thursday, April 13th 2017
Rebels to support Cancer Research on Good Friday
Written by Matt Webb
Karl's mission to raise money has taken him to several non-league football grounds.
Slough Town Football Club are pleased to be able to help non-league football fan Karl Pearson in his mission to raise funds for Cancer Research UK.
Karl will be at Arbour Park for Good Friday’s fixture, Slough Town v Cirencester Town. Having been given the all-clear from testicular cancer, he wanted to give something back and set himself the goal of visiting as many non-league grounds as possible until the end of this season, holding bucket collections at each and raising as much money as he can. Amongst others, he has visited Brackley Town and Dulwich Hamlet.
Every single penny raised by Karl and donated by supporters at football matches will be given to Cancer Research UK, who do vital work in the on-going battle against this terrible illness. Please give generously if you can.