EVERTON have donated £200,000 to his cause of brave Bradley Lowery, who led Sunderland out night before their 3-0 defeat by the Toffees.
Five-year-old Bradley has neuroblastoma, and his family are trying to raise £700,000 for treatment in the United States.
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The five-year-old is battling cancer and is hoping to raise £700,000 for treatment in the US.
Bradley looked every inch a true Black Cat as he held hands with captain Jermain Defoe, and is sure to remember his special moment for a very long time.
Supporters who want to donate can also text BRAD02 to 70070, and can follow Bradley on his Twitter at @Bradleysfight.
Bradley moved a step closer to his much-needed treatment after the game, after the Toffees pledged their donation.
Bradley's page now shows he raised over £500,000 in his brave battle.