Ulster Rugby vs Llanelli Scarlets


Last week Ulster players helped Mencap begin to turn a dream into a reality…


1. To donate £3 Text MENCAP to 70660* 2. Give to a Mencap collector tonight 3. Go to www.mencapbigstepforward.org and donate If we all gave £1 to one of our collectors tonight that would raise £18,000 If we all texted £3 that would be just over £50,000, enough to build our new soft play area in Newtownbreda. * Text costs £3 plus network charge. Mencap receives 100% of your donation. Obtain bill payer’s permission. Customer care 028 9069 1351. Charity No 222377 STAND UP FOR MENCAP’S BIG STEP FORWARD APPEAL Some of you are already helping by wearing silly socks and shoes- but we’d love you to help out a little bit more! To find out how - please visit www.mencapbigstepforward.org. Big Thank you We can’t do it without you! We have made a great start after an Ulster Rugby online auction and the first charity match in October when Ulster and Glasgow fans raised an amazing £6,000 for the Big Step Forward Appeal. So please support us tonight. You can help by texting a donation or by giving to one of our Mencap collectors around the stadium. Your donation will make an incredible difference to future generations.

It’s an exciting dream that we have long looked forward to, a dream that Ulster Rugby is playing its part in and a dream that Ulster and Scarlets fans can help taking a big step forward tonight. As Ulster Rugby’s official charity partner for 2014/2015, we began to build our new Children and Families’ Centre in Newtownbreda last week with the official sod cutting at the site. different kind of mud as they got down and dirty, shovels in hand, helping children from our Segal House Nursery start the build. The new centre will bring therapeutic care, information and support to children with a learning disability and their families all under one roof. At its heart will be our relocated Segal House nursery for two to four year olds with a learning disability, autism and developmental delay. Mencap’s Big Step Forward Appeal Not only were the players on hand to cut the first sod, Ulster Rugby is supporting our Big Step Forward Appeal to build, equip and run our new centre. Tonight we are asking you to support us again in building a better future for people with a learning disability. It will cost £4.6 million. With £3 million already secured, we have a £1.7 million gap to fill. But the good news is we already have £500,000 pledged towards our target, so we need your help to raise the lot. Andrew Trimble, Ruan Pienaar and Iain Henderson found themselves in a very

One in 50 people in Northern Ireland have a learning disability.

All our services support people to live life as they choose and each year we work in partnership

with thousands of people with a learning disability locally supporting them to do just that.

You can also visit www.mencapbigstepforward.org to find out more.


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