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David Devarajan Hope For Children
David Devarajan
Hope For Children
David Devarajan
David Devarajan

David's page has now expired

1849 days ago, David created this page and gave everything for Hope For Children:

  • Shared their page with everyone they could.

  • Received 15 donations from generous family and friends.

  • Raised £675.19.

My Challenge

Hi All,
Thank you for visiting my page, a bit about myself, challenge and most importantly asking for your help to raise money towards to help children in need in Africa, through Hope for Children, which is doing a great job all around the world helping kids.
I am currently working in a Post Office in London Borough of Hackney. Modern day living is keeping us all busy and at times and we don’t have enough time to do things we like to get it done in our lifetime.
Originally come from Sri Lanka, Tamil ethnic who seen the horrors of war forced upon us. Living in UK, we do not realise how much lucky we are living in harmony with other ethnic groups getting education, medical, food and specially our right of expression and freedom, which is a scarce commodity is Asian, African countries.
I am a regular blood donor and so far I have donated blood 28 times. Also I have helped Kids in need and people who affected by war in Northern part of Sri Lanka. I am trying my best to give something back to the community whichever way I can.
Beginning of September 2015, I will be joining students from University of Hertfordshire on climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. It’s the highest mountain in Africa and the largest free-standing mountain in the world.
Finally, I know you like to help the cause with a big go on... you are only few clicks away... :) :) :) Every penny counts, so don't be shy. 
Thanks and greatly appreciated.

Thank You

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