The Bolton Bulls wheelchair basketball club provides wheelchair basketball to people of all ages, disabilities and gender from all over the North West of England including Bolton, Bury, Blackburn, Wigan and Stockport.
Tomorrow night an intrepid band of Bolton Bulls players, volunteers and supporters will be taking on the 10k Manchester Run In The Dark for the second year in a row to raise money for the team. Money that is vital so we can continue to compete in the league, but perhaps even more importantly offer support and opportunities to both disabled and able-bodied people of all ages in need of an outlet, a hobby or just a reason to push a wheelchair like a crazy person once a week.
These people are the ones brave, heroic or dare I say it daft enough to be making the journey around Salford Quays (twice!) in the dark tomorrow night:
Bolton Bulls offers much more than than just basketball. That's why it's important that we fund-raise to keep the club going, and that's where you good people come in. It's not too late to donate to the cause and it all goes towards keeping Bolton Bulls on the map. No donation is too little, because as a leading supermarket often tells us; every little helps. If you’d like to donate, click on one of highlighted names above and that will take you to that person’s Just Giving page. Don’t worry though, all the money is going to Bolton Bulls Wheelchair Basketball Club, so it doesn’t matter who you pick.
We thank you very much for any donations, and for your support of Bolton Bulls.
Good luck to all my team-mates and our supporters tomorrow night; let’s go Bulls!