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Celebrating 100 Years of Save the Children

Celebrating 100 Years of Save the Children

In May 1919, two British sisters set up Save the Children to fight for the rights of children.  During their centenary year, Save the Children, have been looking back to see how far they have come since 1919.  They have been there for children when they have needed them most; setting up nurseries in the UK during WWII, raising the alarm about the Ethiopian famine, reuniting families after the Rwandan genocide and launching their largest ever response to the Asian tsunami. 

To celebrate their centenary year, there are a huge range of events being organised by volunteers across the UK from concerts and cathedral services to dinners, garden parties and golf days.

There is a Centenary Celebration Women in Warwickshire Lunch on Tuesday 25th May at Warwickshire Golf and Country Club. 

For more information and tickets please see the link below:



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