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Posted Monday, April 9th 2018

Bucket collection in aid of Pituitary Foundation

City host Birmingham City at Ashton Gate tomorrow night and the fixture will be raising money for the Pituitary Foundation (kick-off 7.45pm).

The Pituitary Foundation is a national support and information organisation for pituitary patients, families, friends and carers. 

They are the UK's leading charity providing essential support to those with rare pituitary conditions.

The charity is Bristol based, but operates throughout the UK and Republic of Ireland, with just eight staff members.

Volunteers will be based throughout the concourse ahead of kick-off to raise funds; so all donations – no matter how big or small – will make a substantial difference.

All donations will go towards maintaining the essential patient services, which support the charity’s community of pituitary patients.

For more information of their invaluable work, click here.

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