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KindheART raises £4,000 for Noah’s Ark

22 APRIL 2020

Local group makes coronavirus difference to Noah's Ark


A local charity - KindheART  - has made a huge contribution to the charity's ongoing fight for its post-coronavirus future. 

Proceeds from an event at The Wallace Collection and funds raised in support of an event which was due to take place at The National Gallery in March have been donated to Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice.

Our Family Link team receiving the food organised by KindheART

KindheART organises art and culture fundraising events with specialist speakers, leading experts and curators. In spite of current challenges, KindheART has found a way to continue supporting Noah’s Ark through its network. This has included reaching out to one of their supporters, a fruit wholesaler, who is donating several cases of fruit to Noah’s Ark each week for children and families staying at The Ark.

Anthony Hayman, Assistant Director of Income Generation, who attended the event in December said “Alka, Kalpana, Rajni and Rekha [KindheART’s trustees] are life forces who have galvanised a highly committed group of supporters to raise funds for charities across the world. It was a pleasure welcoming them to The Ark late last year and their event at The Wallace Collection was incredible. We are hugely grateful for KindheART’s support, which will enable vital care at The Ark in the coming months.”

Alka Shah of KindheART said: "Our vision has always been to brighten the lives of those less fortunate than us.  It is therefore an honour to help hospices like Noah's Ark which are fighting to survive post-coronavirus and continuing to help children with life-threatening illnesses lead the remaining of their lives with dignity, love and care."

 

 

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