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The Light Fund announces 2014 charitable beneficiaries

Published on: 18th December 2014

The Light Fund has donated to 16 charities after raising over £90,000 throughout the year.Light-Fund300

The 16 chosen charities were selected from over 80 organisations who submitted their projects for consideration. The successful charities aim to provide support for a number of causes which affect men, women and particularly children.

The 2014 Light Fund Charitable Beneficiaries are:

• The Brain Tumour Charity
• Challenge Africa
• Children’s Brain Tumour Foundation
• The Children’s Trust
• Children with Cancer UK
• Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity
• Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
• MS-UK
• New Life
• Orchid Cancer Trust
• Prostate Cancer UK
• Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity
• Royal Free Hospital
• Spread a Smile
• The Venture Force Foundation
• Whizz-Kidz

David Scott, treasurer, The Light Fund said: “We are delighted to be able to support these amazing charities with our 2014 fund. We are grateful for the continued endorsement of The Light Fund by the entire licencing industry, who, once again, have helped us raise an incredible sum of money. Their generosity has helped to make a difference to many people’s lives.”

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