Thank You From Hallam FMs Cash For Kids

22nd January 2018

2017 was another record-breaking year for Hallam FM's Cash For Kids.

We raised £1,322,750 in gifts and cash, which ensured 25,255 children woke up with presents on Christmas Day morning, which could not have been achieved without your support. It is incredibly humbling to see just how generous our South Yorkshire community is, and just how important it is to all of us that we want to help people that need it where we live. In 2018, Cash for Kids will continue to meet the needs of disabled and disadvantaged children in our communities. We would be incredibly grateful if you or your business could sign up to our 500 Faces campaign to raise any money you can any time you like during this year, as Cash for Kids continue to help those groups, schools, organisations and charities that serve the communities we live in. Please pass on this fantastic news to everyone that helped you and I wish you all a happy and prosperous new year.

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