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part three of the Hometown Glory series, so I’m excited to share this one with you!
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I first heard about this particular 31 ‘text to donate’ service relating to Helping Children in London.
A few weeks cheap jordans for sale ago on LBC during an ad-break and I’m really glad I did. These charities provide support for young people in the UK who need it Cheap NFL Authentic Jerseys the most!
From young carers who sacrifice large amounts of their time to care for those in their families suffering with an illness or a disability, to homeless youths who have no shelter and so have no choice but to live on the streets – Cheap Ray Ban Sunglasses There is a lot of help to give!
Donate today by texting the word CARER to send a one-off amount of £5 to help make a difference to someone’s life. (Network rates as seen on LBC below)