Bradley Lowery: Everton donate £200,000 to mascot's cancer treatment fund

Samson the Cat and Bradley Lowery
Bradley Lowery (right) has been invited to the return game at Goodison Park

Everton have donated £200,000 to a cancer treatment fund for Sunderland mascot Bradley Lowery.

The five-year-old has neuroblastoma and his family are trying to raise £700,000 for treatment in the United States.

Bradley led the teams out before Everton's 3-0 Premier League win on Monday and received a minute's applause from fans in the fifth minute.

Everton have also invited the Lowerys to the return fixture and will auction off signed shirts from the game.

Everton revealed the donation soon after the full-time whistle
Ronald Koeman
Everton manager Ronald Koeman gave his support to the news
Bradley Lowery with dad Carl and Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone
Bradley was joined in the tunnel before the game by injured Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone and dad Carl
Jermain Defoe
Bradley led out the teams with Sunderland captain Jermain Defoe

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