SOUTHEE AUCTIONS WTC FINAL SHIRT TO RAISE FUNDS FOR 8 YEARS OLD CANCER PATIENT :
New Zealand pacer Tim Southee is auctioning a shirt that he wore during the inaugural World Test Championship final to raise funds to treat an eight-year-old diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. The entire New Zealand squad signs the shirt.
Southee had played a vital role in New Zealand victory over India in a marquee clash last week, and he has paced the memorabilia to raise funds for eight years old Hollie Beattie, who has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer neuroblastoma back in 2018, now she is Spain undergoing the treatment.
He also said that he learned about her condition a couple of years ago, and he is helping her since then, but now she requires proper treatment, so he is doing a fundraiser for his t-shirt.
Despite undergoing treatment for more than two years, he also added that Beattie is yet to recover from the disease. She is currently undergoing treatment in Spain.
He added’ “ that he is hopeful that his shirt can help Contribute in some way to the Beattie family’s ongoing medical needs as Hollie continues to fight; he said I would be supporting her to fight the disease and sending power to her parents.