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Donation to Macmillan Cancer Support – 2016

22nd of September Hosaka Kwai made their annual donation to Macmillan Cancer Support.  Macmillan cancer support provides specialist healthcare, information and financial support to people affected by cancer. As well as helping with the medical needs of people affected by cancer, Macmillan also looks at the social, emotional and practical impact cancer can have, and campaigns for better cancer care. Macmillan Cancer Support’s goal is to reach and improve the lives of everyone living with cancer in the UK. The donation is made each September by the club, in recognition of the tremendous care and support provided by the Macmillan nurses to the club founder, Akinori Hosaka, during his battle with cancer. The donation was made to Karen Morris, Macmillan Cancer Information Assistant, based at the Macmillan Centre, Wythenshawe Hospital on behalf of the judo club by Mr. Tom Brookes, Chief Coach, assisted by the club Secretary, Mr. Harry Isalski and the club Treasurer, Mr. Bernard Tunney. Left to Right Tom Brookes Chief Coach, Karen Morris Macmillan Cancer Information Assistant, Bernard Tunney Club Treasurer, Harry Isalski Club Secretary Additional pictures can be viewed on the club’s Flickr page Donation To Macmillan Cancer Support – 2016 ‹ › × × Previous Next Flickr Album Gallery Powered By: WP Frank      ...

Macmillan Nurses 2013

Photographed left to right are Tom Brookes(Chief Coach at Hosaka Kwai Judo Club) and Harry Isalski (Secretary for Hosaka Kwai Judo Club)  presenting the cheques to Fran Mellor (Macmillan Cancer Support Wythenshawe Hospital. Donation to Macmillan Nurses from Sale Judo Club Hosaka Kwai Judo Club is one of the oldest martial arts clubs practising in the Sale Leisure Centre with a tenure spanning over 40 years. The clubs charismatic founder, Sensei Akinori Hosaka passed away in 2010. During his last months he received excellent support from the Macmillan nurses. As a way of thanking them, the Club tries to donate funds raised by the club each year. This year the club has managed to raise a total of £1240 which was made up of two cheques, one for £1000 from Hosaka Kwai Judo Club funds collected throughout the year. The second cheque for £240.00 was from Club Coach Richard Williams who raised the money when he ran the Great Manchester Run in May this...
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