Friday, December 07, 2007

Good old Arsenal

With the Usmanov affair, the recent loss in the Champions league, draw to Newcastle and various injuries to key players like Fabregas, there are some concerns around the Emirates Stadium at the moment. But it's nice to hear that the Arsenal players, directors and many other staff are donating a day's pay to Treehouse, the national charity for autism education.

"Be a Gooner. Be a Giver

This season, TreeHouse is over the moon to be working with Arsenal to raise £250,000 to build the sports facilities in our new National Centre for Autism Education in Noth London.

We have launched "Be a Gooner. Be a Giver" to encourage everyone in the Arsenal family to give whatever they can afford to help us reach our target. We are delighted that Arsenal's amazing players and directors have already generously donated a day's wages - please join them in supporting us, so that we can help many more children with autism through our new National Centre. You really will be making a difference.

If you would like to find out more about TreeHouse and Arsenal, and for a chance to win tickets to the Chelsea game on 16th December, download the free TreeHouse epac at

Thank you from the bottoms of our hearts....and go Arsenal!

From the Children, Staff and Parents of TreeHouse"

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