Liverpool Club auctions jerseys to raise fund for quake victims
Jun 24, 2015-
Liverpool, an English Premier League Football Club, has auctioned 14 match shirts to raise money for the victims of Great Quake in Nepal.
The club, in its website, has said that 14 shirts worn by its players during a match against another English club Queens Park Rangers, were put on auction and a total of £9,941.88 (around Rs. 16 million) was raised.
The club hopes the money will help provide shelter, food and other logistical items to those affected by the quake.
Published: 24-06-2015 12:33