By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon.
The senior women’s football team of England are making disposition for a donation to the PlayersTogether fund set up to assist the National Health Service in the fight against COVID-19.
The Three Lionesses of England’s players led by captain Steph Houghton took to Twitter to reveal their plans to join the fight.
“The Senior England Women’s football squad have been discussing the best way in which we could offer our support to the NHS and its frontline staff over the past few weeks.
“Our squad have recognized the role of the statement from our peers in the Premier League with regards to setting up the #PlayersTogether fund and the potential impact it can make to support and assist over 150 registered NHS charities.
“Following discussions with a number of Premier League players, we are delighted to confirm that the whole of the Lionesses squad will make a collective donation to the #PlayersTogether fund, partnering with NHS Charities together, together with the Premier League players in order to support the NHS.
NHS shoulders over 150 official charity organizations in charge of generating funds for the fight against COVID-19 in the United Kingdom, which has recorded over Twelve thousands deaths from COVID-19.
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