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The charity works in ten African countries. Hope for Children holds charity ball


Hemel Hempstead based charity that helps some of the most disadvantaged children in the world is holding a fundraising ball next month.


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Hope for Children (HOPE), of Queensway, works in 10 countries across Africa, Asia and Europe. Its mission is to provide practical support, such as education and healthcare, to improve children’s quality of life, advance their rights and give them a better future. HOPE has supported over 70,000 children in 2012 alone.


On Tursday November 1, Hope for Children is holding its annual gala ball at the Café de Paris in London.


Te evening includes sumptuous cuisine, superb champagne, dazzling production, extravagant


entertainment, luxurious theming, and celebrity guests and tickets are available at a number of different prices.


Simon Jackman, chief executive, said he hoped to see as many people as possible at the event to help some of the world’s poorest children.


He explained: “HOPE helps orphaned, poor and exploited children both overseas and in the UK. HOPE helps those who are unable to access elsewhere by providing, promoting and advancing children’s rights to basic necessities, including education and health care. Please come if you can.”


For more information, go to www.hope-for-children. org


by Tim Green


50 l October 2012 l www.mynewsmag.co.uk


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