Wales footballer Aaron Ramsey has made a second £10,000 donation to the NHS in Wales to help with the coronavirus crisis. Euro 2021 fans can book Italy Vs Wales Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.
The Aneurin Bevan University Health Board revealed the donation via social media, saying it was thrilled and humbled by the gift. The board serves an area that includes Caerphilly, where the former Cardiff City midfielder was born.
Ramsey had previously donated the same sum to the Cardiff and Vale Health charity last week. He also donated £3,000 to aid efforts to save the community hub of a Newport-based homeless charity.
Ramsey, along with teammates at Italian club Juventus, has also agreed to forgo his wages up until the end of June. Euro 2021 fans can book Italy Euro Cup Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.
The Aneurin Bevan Health University Health Board launched the appeal to raise money during the current epidemic. The board is looking to use the funds for staff well-being, essential supplies for patients and increasing volunteer activity.
The Cardiff and Vale charity appeal is to raise money for local NHS workers to spend on vulnerable members of the community. Ramsey’s donation ensured the charity hit its £10,000 target thanks to one online donation.
We appreciate all of your hard work, Ramsey wrote on the charity’s Just Giving page. The charity posted their thanks on social media, saying they were “blown away” by Ramsey’s donation.
A huge thank you to Aaron, you’re our star, the charity said. The charity says money raised will be used by doctors, nurses and other NHS staff to best benefit the most vulnerable during the coronavirus crisis.
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