FUNDRAISING NEWS: Willow Foundation wins from golf day

Former England goalkeeper David Seaman has raised £100,000 for the Willow Foundation from his second safe hands charity golf classic tournament.

The foundation funds and organises special days for seriously ill young adults and has a total income of £800,000. Seaman has been a patron at the charity since 2001. A spokesperson said: "We're delighted. His huge popularity as a sportsman is a big draw for people who want to pay to play."

The event in Portugal included an auction when a two-week yacht trip in Mexico went for £14,000.

Last year's event raised £140,000 for the NSPCC.

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