Jody Craddock and family were at Molineux on Saturday to thank fans for their support during son Toby’s battle against leukaemia and to receive a cheque for £10,000 for Birmingham Children’s Hospital from club partners What House ?
Toby, who was diagnosed with leukaemia back in April, has come through several months of intensive treatment and now faces a further two-and-a-half years of maintenance treatment.
Jody, wife Shelley and their other two sons Joseph and Luke have been appreciative of all the messages received from supporters as well as the excellent work of the staff at the hospital and were keen to thank both at half time on Saturday.
Jody also collected the cheque for £10,000 from What House ? (click here for details) directors Rupert Bates, Derek Smith, Daniel Hill and Ian Cunningham.
And Toby, Joseph and Luke also took advantage for a quick impromptu passing game while they were waiting!
Jody and several other Wolves players are also backing Birmingham Children’s Hospital’s Super Santa appeal this year. Click here for details.