The events of Boxing Day morning in Asia brought a disaster of unimaginable proportions which has directly touched the lives of countless people in Asia and around the world.Many children have been affected, with many of the survivors now orphaned. It is support in the short, medium and long term on behalf of this vulnerable group for which we would like to ask for your support. Many in the financial services industry have already taken action.The future support of children is the concern of the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef), especially in light of reports of children trafficked for adoption and child labour in several tsunami-affected countries. Registration of The Financial Services Charitable Foundation was made with the Charities Commission to have the broad aim of being for the benefit of mankind – that opportunity has now arisen and your support is needed. For further information and details on how to pledge your support, contact: Arnold Laing at Bankhall Investment Associates on 0161 941 6076 or email email@example.com
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