Posted on September 11th 2015 by Laurence Guinness
Tagged: In the News

The chairman of a charitable foundation that is working to alleviate child poverty in London, has visited a selection of the charities that have benefited from a summer fundraiser which raised more than half a million pounds for London based children’s charities.  The programme was set up to help London’s poorest children to have a summer filled with fun, food and adventures.

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