Players send video messages to Crosshouse kids

While so many Christmas plans have been thrown into uncertainty, Killie players ensured one festive tradition remained.

In normal times, our players and staff would have made the trip in person but naturally due to Covid restrictions, this year’s effort took place via video as Chris Stokes, Callum Hendry, Dan Armstrong and Sam Walker sent children their festive wishes and some special Killie presents.

This is the latest work in our longstanding partnership with Crosshouse Children’s Fund (established by Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity), who raise money for the children’s wards, maternity unit and neonatal unit at our town’s local hospital.

Crosshouse Children’s Fund work tirelessly to enhance hospital experiences, as well as funding new medical equipment and crucial support services for patients, their families and the heroes looking after them in the NHS.

Chris Stokes said: “We were delighted to bring a bit of Christmas cheer to the patients at Crosshouse. This can be a very difficult time of year for families, so we were pleased that we could help play our part. Everyone at the club wishes them a merry Christmas.”