CLASSIC ‘70s and 80s charity rock band MAM Tour proved a blast from the past could add a real boost to the present as they raised more than £1,000 for our patient care.
The Sheffield band – the name stands for Middle Aged Men on Tour – donate 100 per cent of their fees to charity.
And one of their most recent gigs saw them raise a fantastic £1,269 for our patient services.
“Several members of the band have seen at first hand the amazing work St Luke’s do and they have cared for family members and friends of ours in the past,” said band member Steve Wilkinson.
“We felt strongly that we wanted to give something back and help St Luke’s continue that work for others.”
Our Fundraising Account Manager Matthew Sheridan commented: “We are so pleased that MAM Tour thought of us and raised such a great amount of money.
“This is our 50th anniversary year and it’s great to see groups like MAM Tour joining us as we celebrate and being so generous in their support.
“They can be assured that every penny of this great donation really will make a massive difference to the lives of all our patients and their families.”