St Helens Recycling Rewards has raised £10,000 for four local charities who received their donations at the Town Hall on Wednesday 7th December, as part of a drive to encourage St Helens residents to waste less and recycle more.
A party of 41 volunteer trekkers have safely achieved their objective of climbing to the Nepal Everest Base Camp and have raised an amazing £200k for the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) in the process.
2016 is a milestone year for the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) as we have reached a million pounds of donations to our nominated charities the Rugby League Benevolent Fund, The Christie and the SPF Special Causes Fund. The latest epic…Read More
Staff from Haydock-based Handepay used rugby league’s showpiece Grand Final to smash their £10,000 charity target set in May 2016 – seven months ahead of schedule. The Grand Final-themed sponsored walk helped them take their fundraising grand total for The Steve…Read More
It was a day of celebration for Luke Bryan and his Mum Christine as representatives of the Steve Prescott Foundation and the Rugby League Benevolent Fund attended the formal opening of Luke’s new home in Haydock. Thanks to a £80,000…Read More
The Steve Prescott Foundation and the St Helens Star are delighted to confirm that the Solarking Commercial Pride of St Helens will take place on Friday 11th November at Langtree Park. The event is a celebration of the local community…Read More
The Steve Prescott Foundation is really delighted to announce that the Horizon Defibrillator Award will be presented to one local community group at this year’s SolarKing Commercial Pride of St Helens Awards on Friday 11th November. Local community groups are…Read More