The 1973 Club fundraiser for Child's i Foundation with Deborah Frances-White

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Every day, women are forced to making heart breaking life or death choices between keeping their children or giving them up to an orphanage, unaware of the harmful effects institutionalisation has on children. 

The 1973 Club is raising money for Child's i Foundation to help empower women in Uganda so they can keep their precious children and raise them with love.  

Please give generously and help us make families, not orphans.
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