Snowdrop United took on the challenge of a non–stop, eight hour football challenge at the Arun Sports Arena in aid of the.
Parents, friends and partners of the players watched in astonishment as they battled each other in an indoor pitch. The pace and determination throughout the duration of the challenge was relentless.
Di Levantine, chairman of the trust, said: “It is wonderful Max had the vision to use his love of football and friendship and do something positive that will benefit others.
“The Sussex Snowdrop Trust is so grateful to their friends and family for the incredible sum of nearly £2,000 raised from this event.
“Our Snowdrop nurses and counsellor make a real difference to the lives of children who have a life- threatening or terminal illness.
“Well done to all involved in completing this difficult challenge and the many Arundel businesses who contributed to the raffle. It is through the generosity of community activities such as this that the trust is able to continue.”