In support of our Rob Burrow Centre for Motor Neurone Disease Appeal, Terminator Rugby have created a bespoke Rob Burrow number 7 rugby shirt to raise funds to help bring this project to life.
We are aiming to raise £5m to create a specialist centre in Leeds to support people living with MND and their families. 
  
Esther Wakeman, Chief Executive of Leeds Hospitals Charity hopes the Rob Burrow Centre for Motor Neurone Disease will provide a space for people living with MND and their loved ones to enjoy special moments together and spark a change to MND care across the nation:
“We recognised the need for a dedicated centre in Leeds, which we know will make a huge difference to many affected by this cruel disease. I can envisage our centre becoming a flagship in the UK and I hope that this will inspire others to replicate this up and down the country, offering thousands of MND sufferers the best quality of life and help us get closer to finding a cure one day.”
 
Tom Harris, Director of Terminator believes that having a charity jersey is not only a great way to fundraise, but a great way to raise awareness of Motor Neurone Disease:
"For those who have seen Rob's journey since being diagnosed with MND, I think I can speak for everyone when I say how heartbreaking it is to see the pain and suffering Rob and the Burrow family are feeling, but also how inspirational Rob and his family have been in selflessly helping others who are suffering from this cruel disease through endless fundraising and raising awareness of MND.''
  
Speaking about the shirt, Rob Burrow MBE Said:
 
"I absolutely love the shirt and it's design. I have so many wonderful people doing so many wonderful projects for the care centre but this you can wear with pride knowing you have done your bit to help. I love the way the shirt has incorporated my beloved Leeds rhinos yet it be a totally neutral shirt for any supporter.''