Football Match to raise funds for Neonatal Diabetes

A project by: Logic Contract Services Ltd


WE RAISED £1,327

from 16 donors

Logic Contract Services Ltd v Trustee Fire and Security Match to raise funds for Neonatal Diabetes

Logic and Trustee Fire and Security are joining together to raise £1000 in support of the neonatal diabetes testing facility at Exeter hospital, who are aiming to raise £100,000. Exeter are world-leading experts in neonatal diabetes research. The testing facility provides a simple blood test which diagnoses the particular subtype of neonatal diabetes and identifies babies and children who will benefit from a much cheaper and less invasive treatment by switching from insulin injections to tablets.

Their capacity for testing at Exeter for this rare condition is ten times that of any other facility in the world. Sadly, their funding is coming to an end and they urgently need to raise money to enable this life-saving testing to continue and help children around the world.

Director of Logic Contract Services, Ryan Salmon, has had personal experience of the amazing work done at Exeter Hospital. His daughter was born with neonatal diabetes, fortunately she was diagnosed within weeks of birth and has been able to lead a fairly 'normal' life with minimal effects from this condition, however we understand this is not the case for everyone. These tests were vital to his daughter's quick diagnosis, it is urgent that we support Exeter hospital in raising funds to be able to continue with this life-saving testing for those who wouldn't be able to access it otherwise.

MATCH DETAILS: Logic Contract Services Ltd v Trustee Fire and Security Ltd 

Location: Frimley Green FC, Frimley Green Road, Frimley Green, Camberley, GU16 6JX

Date: Sunday 29th August

KO: 11am 

The bar will be open from 12noon.

Families and supporters welcome. 

Please support in any way you can, whether that be via donations, attending the event or sharing with your network.

Let's spread the word and save lives together! All money raised will go to the Neonatal Diabetes Research Facility.