The Saints is supporting a range of charities this November, and this extends to the club’s photographer, Claire Jones, too.
For what is her 10th season behind the lens taking photos of the Saints in action Claire let the players choose which charity should benefit from the sales of match images. After plenty of consideration the squad chose Emma’s Aim, a fundraising campaign launched by Emma McVeigh to support CLIC Sargent, Teenage Cancer Trust, the Anthony Nolan Trust, Willow Foundation and Bloodwise.
Ten years ago, aged 16, Emma was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia, and her treatment to date has included an unrelated bone marrow transplant, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and donor lymphocyte infusions.
Despite this treatment Emma is still fighting leukaemia. Nevertheless she chose to do 10 challenges to raise funds for the charities that have supported, including wing-walking, abseiling, skydiving and more.
And you can help fund the much-needed research into curing leukaemia and treating sufferers by ordering match photos of the Saints in action at www.redhatphoto.com. As was the case in previous years, when Claire donated to charities including the Leon Barwell Foundation and Restart, all of the proceeds of sales will go towards supporting Emma’s Aim.
CLICK HERE to find out more about Emma’s Aim.