Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust Makes a Difference with help from the Pavers Foundation

The Pavers Foundation has donated £10,000 to Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust, on behalf of Ian and Debbie Paver, to help assist in the recovery of Mose Masoe, a player who suffered a serious spinal injury during a friendly match earlier in the year, and was left hospitalised.

The Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust have set up a fundraising page to help Mose in his recovery. The Trust is a unique organisation with the aim of inspiring people through sport and physical activity and deliver real lasting benefits in terms of education, health and wellbeing across Hull and beyond.

In addition, a fundraiser evening was hosted by the Thai House, Hull and thanks to the generous crowd and some ‘creative’ auctioneering over £25,000 was raised for the Mose Masoe fund.  Ian & Debbie especially wish to thank Gaby and the staff at the Thai House, together with all of their amazing friends for their support on the evening.

The Pavers Foundation is delighted to offer this donation to the Mose’s recovery page, hosted by the Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust, on behalf of Ian and Debbie, to help Mose’s recovery and any further activities he may undertake as part of the Hull Kingston Rovers Club.

To find out more about the Community Trust, visit their website: