A businessman is organising a charity ball to raise cash the Joining Jack appeal.
Jack, from Wigan, is four years old suffers from an incurable disease called Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
Simon Smith, 39, from Leyland, wants to help raises funds for the condition, which currently has no cure.
So to help raise cash on November 2 he is hosting a ball at The Shaw Hill Golf & Country Club, Chorley.
Simon, used to play rugby with Jack’s dad Andy, and is keen to help the family.
He said: “I have a young family and when I heard about Jack I was always keen to do something to raise funds in to research for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy which currently has no cure.
“The charity has gone from strength to strength but I am keen to raise the awareness over this side of Lancashire which has a huge rugby following.
“All profits from the night and the auction will go to the Joining Jack charity where it will be used to further the research into Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.”
The event will be hosting by TV presenter Paul Crone. Tickets are £50. Email email@example.com for more info.