A BUSINESS has been working alongside the Wolves Charitable Foundation to deliver some ‘bundles of joy’ during lockdown.

Boxes of branded cupcakes along with new training kits have been delivered to Foundation players who represent their disability teams by Michelle and Tara from Altum HR along with head coach Steve Price and stars Danny Walker and Jason Clark.

Sixty boxes have been delivered in all – including one to Adam Hills in Melbourne.

Throughout lockdown The Wolves Foundation has maintained contact with all the players from the disability teams with tips and activities to keep them occupied, boost morale and keep fitness levels up.

The disability teams comprise players with physical and learning disabilities as well as the wheelchair team. Some players have been shielding and so unable to leave their homes at all.

Altum HR is a business patron of the Warrington Wolves Foundation.

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Neil Kelly, foundation director, said: “Our disability teams are a great bunch. Our players benefit from team camaraderie and the buzz that comes from competing and keeping high activity levels.

“Lockdown has been particularly hard for them all, especially those who have been shielding.

“We can’t wait to get them all together again training and competing. Hopefully this surprise delivery will have raised their spirits a little higher.”

Josie Broadstock, founder of Altum HR, added: “We are proud patrons and supporters of the Warrington Wolves Foundation and the amazing work that they do. We were very mindful that the players would all be missing the adrenaline buzz of the sport and of course the friendship and team spirit so came up with the idea of sending them all a treat to cheer them up.

“Hopefully it won’t be too long until we can cheer them from the touchline once again.”