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We are delighted that all our efforts during Beat the Street are going to such a deserving cause and will give a great deal of joy to children for many years.
Giving to Pink collected the Vodafone Community Connection Award after staff in its Pontypridd store chose the deserving cause.
The model and presenter has practised pay-it-forward, donating a mountain of little clothes and toys to a very deserving cause.
Hosted as usual by Chris Tarrant, lets hope they manage to raise a tidy sum for this very deserving cause.
Irn-Bru's Martin Steele said: "We are delighted to be able to support such a deserving cause.
Mr Mulligan, pictured, hit the jackpot with a similar event last year, for the Make a Wish Foundation, and said: "I am aiming to at least make the same amount for what I feel is a very deserving cause.
Premiership player Rory, a regular customer, said: "Treats Children's Charity is a really deserving cause.
He says that the will later choose the most deserving cause, and donate for it.
Not only does it raise valuable funds for a deserving cause, but it has real business benefits for individual bakers too.
Hilton, president and CEO of the Hilton Foundation, noted that early childhood development is a priority area for the Hilton Foundation and said, "In the spirit of our foundation's mission to alleviate human suffering and help little children, I can think of no more deserving cause than helping poor and destitute children living in Africa who have been orphaned by the AIDS pandemic.
Being in the company of likeminded people who are all working towards one goal was amazing, and for such a deserving cause.
The deserving cause was nominated by Heart of England Community Foundation, Lodders' chosen charity.
THE annual poppy appeal is well under way and there is no more deserving cause.
President Gareth Vaughan said the service was a deserving cause for a national organisation which represented rural areas and had saved many lives.
That would be a deserving cause of their choice, then.
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