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A SIGNED Macclesfield Town shirt and ball has been made available for auction, in order to raise funds for a child with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease.
The condition, which is currently incurable, affects mobility of the hands, feet, ankles and legs.
It is a progressive condition, meaning symptoms become slowly worse, making everyday tasks increasingly difficult. There are roughly 23,000 sufferers in the UK.
Joanna Whittaker, whose daughter Molly, 13, has the incurable condition, is looking to auction the signed Macc memorabilia to raise funds and promote awareness of the disease.
She said: “The condition affects Molly’s hands and feet. It reduces her flexibility and general activity at school.”
Any Silkmen fans wishing to make a bid for the signed shirt or ball can email Joanna on: email@example.com; stating which item it is they would like to bid for.
The highest bid for each item sent to Joanna before Wednesday 29 October will receive the signed goods.