Kuflink and Monty Panesar raising awareness on Go Orange day

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Kate Cleaver

Kuflink and international cricketer Monty Panesar, revved up three supercars and swapped their normal attire for bright orange clothes for Go Orange Day.

Monty and the Kuflink team drove to Stillness Junior School in South London in two Lamborghinis, a Ford GT and a Porsche 911, giving the children an opportunity to look around and sit in the amazing orange supercars.

Regional Development Manager at Muscular Dystrophy UK, Louise Moffat said,

We are so grateful to Monty Panesar, Kuflink and Stillness Junior School for putting this plan together. It was really exciting for the children and I’m hoping it encouraged others to get involved.

Go Orange for a Day helps us fund new treatments, campaign for better care and support and make every day count for people with muscle-wasting conditions.

Narinder Khattoare, CEO at Kuflink said

This is a great cause that deserves more awareness, with muscle-wasting conditions affecting an increasing amount of people, even professionals need more information.

We are excited to support Muscular Dystrophy UK in spreading awareness alongside Monty Panesar. The more awareness we can raise about these rare conditions the better.

Go Orange for a Day is an annual campaign when schools, workplaces and local communities across the UK wear bright orange clothes to raise awareness and funds for muscle-wasting conditions.

Find out more about Go Orange for a Day and other MDUK fundraising events

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