James Flintham become the second child to be helped by Life For a Kid in 2009
£1250- was raised and donated to Hull born teenage cancer sufferer James Flintham.
James spent years undergoing chemotherapy from the age of 10 before a life-saving liver transplant in 2005.
James lost a lot of his childhood due to his illness.
James excelled in swimming winning 3 silver medals in the British Transplant Games and was selected to represent Great Britain at the World Transplant Games in Australia 2009.
James and his family receive no funding to travel to the games and need to raise £8000 to take part
Life for a kid Foundation were approached by a friend of James Flintham to help raise some funds.
The LFK Event management team organised a Hull FC Vs Hull KR Question of Sport Quiz at the Pelican Pub in Hull.
Hull FC Captain and Life For a Kid Foundation LTD patron Lee Radford was joined at the event by former players Paul Fletcher, Wayne Jackson, Chico Jackson and Johan Windley plus Hull Daily Mail sport reporters Charlie Mullan and James Smailes.
The night was a huge success and raised £750 on top of this a local Hull company PNS pledged a further £500.
James went on to have success in the Transplant games.