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Fancy getting your hands on a signed Arsenal shirt?

by Paul Addison on June 26, 2019 No comments

DevAssist is thrilled to be supporting the Rockinghorse Children’s Charity and we would love for you to get involved too.

Rockinghorse is a Brighton-based charity that has been supporting children for over 50 years. Their mission is to improve the lives of sick children by raising money for life-saving and cutting-edge medical equipment, whilst ensuring that children are treated in an environment better suited to their needs. They believe no matter where they are, children should always be allowed to be children.

On Friday 12 July, a special event is taking place at the Waldorf Hotel in London, hosted by none other than Frank Bruno MBE. The event will raise money for the Rockinghorse Children’s Charity through a live auction. DevAssist are sponsoring and attending the event to contribute to the fundraising efforts, but it just didn’t feel enough. So, we reached out to some friends, and it turns out that Arsenal FC couldn’t agree more about how vital the work of this charity is.

To help raise as much money as possible:

Arsenal have donated to DevAssist, a shirt signed by the current squad to be auctioned on the day!

Fancy getting your hands on this incredible prize and supporting the charity?

We are inviting our friends and clients to start the bidding early. Simply email us with your best bid before end of play on Thursday 11 July. We’ll take the highest bid received, to the Auction and bid on your behalf on the night.

If you love the beautiful game and the Gunners, or you know someone who does, spread the word…

Send your email with your best bid to and Good Luck!

Please note:
If you email us with a bid, you are committing to the auction.
If in the lead up to the event, your pledge is outbid, we will inform you and give you opportunity to bid again.

To find out more about this fantastic charity, visit

Paul AddisonFancy getting your hands on a signed Arsenal shirt?