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’Marshmellows No More’ . . . For a Week!

Tuesday, May 4, 2004

 

Meg Munn MP is going to be without her supply of marshmallows for a week as part of Save the Children Fundraising campaign.  MP’s and celebrities were asked to give up their favourite treat and donate the money they saved to Save the Children. 

 

Save the Children’s Week is this year focusing on education as a way to break the cycle of poverty worldwide.  100 million children around the world never go to school at all.  Save the Children is campaigning for free quality education to be accessible to all children.  

 

Meg said “Although most MPs gave up chocolate, marshmallows are my very favourite, normally I can’t leave them alone, but it’s a very small thing to do to help Save the Children achieve an aim close to my heart, that of better education for children worldwide.”

 

Renee Gorman, Save the Children’s Area Manager for Sheffield agreed with Meg, she said, “there been a fantastic response to our ‘skip a treat’ campaign and we are hoping to collect a lot of money to help us in our continuing work to combat poverty”   

 

Money can be donated by calling 0845 600 8241, visiting the Save the Children website at www.savethechildren.org.uk/skipatreat, making a donation at any branch of Nat West, The Royal Bank of Scotland or Ulster Bank (until 28 May), or at any Save the Children shop


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