A bucket collection will take place at tomorrow's game for Dave Taylor, who needs help to fund chemotherapy drugs.
Dave's son Matt told us:
His story has been covered in the Hereford Journal for the last 2 months or so. He was diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer in 2008. Unfortunately Herefordshire Primary Care Trust (PCT) have chosen not to fund the chemotherapy drugs that he needs, leaving him to pay for his own treatment. He needs treatment every 2 weeks at a cost of just under £2,000 per session, so as you can imagine, finding money to pay for this is quite difficult.
We (his family and friends) are doing all we can to raise money to pay for the drugs whilst we wait on the results of an appeal to the PCT. Part of this fundraising effort will be Saturday's collection. Dave's friends and family will be at Edgar Street on Saturday with buckets, collecting money, so any spare cash that supporters wish to pass our way would be massively appreciated.
Myself (Dave's son) and his wife Judy (my mum) are season ticket hodlers at HUFC and would really appreciate any donations that Bulls and Rochdale fans might be able to spare.