Please help in the fight against child creulty

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    Jun 30, 2007 10:20 PM GMT
    Okay I didn't know quite where to put this; so this particular forum seemed like the best place to put this.

    On the 1st Spetember I shall be going on a big, 25-mile hike across the hills in ordere to raise funds to help fight cruelty towards children. I shall be fundraising for the NSPCC which is an organisation which helps to fight child abuse. The hike will be quite tough but it is for a good cause so I am more than happy to do it.

    I am writing this to urge everybody to sponsor me for this big trek. Even if you are unwilling to sponsor me can you still try to encourage someone else to sponsor me through the webpage listed below. Please remember that all proceeds will go towards the NSPCC to help them fight child abuse. You can give as much or as little as you like; I honestly don't mind. Even if I manage to raise only a pound then I guess that's still a pound going towards a very good cause.

    I have set up an online fundraising page which can be found at If you wish to donate please send your donaitons via this webpage. It is secure so you've nothing to worry about. The side is 100% legitimate. I am aiming to raise around £20.00 at least. I assume that most people here are American though so I don't know how you could sponsor the NSPCC; unless you can find some way of converting your cash from US dollars into UK sterling (I am sure that can be easily done).

    In return, I promise to send everyone pictures of the day itself which I will try to make as interesting as possible (I'll just do silly poses or I'll bring props along or something ridiculous).

    So please sponsor me and help us in the fight against child cruelty. It's all for a very good cause. I can also assure everyone that the trek is entirely legitimate by looking at this webpage:
    Feel free to browse the website and take a look at what the NSPCC does.

    Thank you veyr much for oyur time and for your support.
  • mcwclewis

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    Jul 09, 2007 11:57 PM GMT
    Id love to help....

    Im sure the bank can convert currency for it.