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A National Temperature controlled storage and value-added services business, Magnavale Ltd, recently helped to make a disabled dancers dream come true with the gift of a new Wheelchair.Magnavale Ltd in conjunction with The Boparan Charitable Trust presented eighteen-year-old Mase with a specialist lightweight wheelchair. Mase has hydrocephalus and Global Development Delay, causing brain damage and it has reduced his movement and the time he can spend with his three siblings. The new chair will allow them to spend valuable time together as a family and also allow Mase to enjoy dance lessons and realise his dream of performing in his local carnival.Lee Sefton, Group Health and Safety Manager for Magnavale said “We are over the moon to be able to support Mase and his family in this way. He deserves to be able to realise his dream and we cannot wait to see the photos of him performing at carnival.”Kayleigh Biggs, Events and Fundraising Manager for the Boparan Charitable Trust said “It is an absolute pleasure to help make Mase’s dreams come true, we would not be able to do it without the amazing support of the team at Magnavale”.Do you know a childlike Mase who could benefit from the support of the Boparan Charitable Trust then visit Register interest for the 2024 tournament now, email <a href=''></a> (Photo LtoR: Alfredo De Torres Lopez – Group Technical Manager Magnavale / Kayleigh Biggs - Events and Fundraising Manager Boparan Trust / Naomi Barrett Mase Barrett / Adalaya Barrett / Lee Sefton – Group Health & Safety Manager Magnavale)

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Over the weekend the Boparan Charitable Trust was at the London Stadium, home of West Ham FC, for its 4th Annual Super League Fundraising Tournament. The event attracted over 126 players in 18 teams for the chance to lift the coveted trophy.On the touchline players and guests alike were joined by our Ambassador Rafi Solaiman and our honoured guest West Ham Super Fan Tom Skinner. The close fought tournament came down to a nail biting final between the James Mae Group and Boparan Restaurant Group.Tom Skinner former Apprentice star and guest for the day, said “What a fantastic day for a fantastic charity, everyone should get behind them and their amazing work, Bosh!!!” Over £20,000 was raised from the event, which will go towards supporting the vital work of the Trust.Register interest for the 2024 tournament now, email <a href=''></a>

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A disabled athlete from Worksop has given thanks to a National Children’s Charity for funding his first running frame, which kick started his run to a Gold Medal.Rafi Salaiman was twelve years old when he suffered a stroke which lead to a devastating brain haemorrhage and left him hospitalised for months needing to learn to walk and speak again.Not to be deterred young Rafi was able to take up the sport of frame running, thanks to an initial grant from the Boparan Charitable Trust. Rafi’s grit and determination has seen him not look back competing around the world and racking up Gold at the European Para Athletics Championships.Rafi was recently honoured at the Boparan Charitable Trusts Bright Star Ball in London and has subsequently been announced as the latest ambassador for the charity.Baljinder Boparan, Family Trustee for the Charity said “It is truly inspiring to have seen the journey of Rafi and his amazing spirit for sport and life. We cannot wait to work with him further to help other young people.”Rafi Salaiman said “Thank you to the Boparan Trust for their support of my first frame runner and also for their heartfelt reception at the Bright Star Ball. The charity makes a massive difference to so many lives across the UK. I would urge everyone to learn more about the Trust and to get behind the charity.”

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