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Children in Need 24 Hour "Drumathon"

They should use this for the regular news!!

[+] 4 users Like sbworcs's post
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This was amazing
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#3
Excellent  Yipee
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#4
Superb stuff

He raised over £2Million too.
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#5
Excellent stuff, I've watched this a few times, and still makes me have goosebumps
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(13-11-2021, 02:53 PM)ladsnet Wrote: Superb stuff

He raised over £2Million too.







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So that'll be at least 50 quid to good causes then. After seeing the documentary on comic relief and others, I would never give to big 'charities' like this again.
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It does say 100% goes to Children in Need, but what that means, who knows, operating costs etc.

Some Charities are getting greedy about what they ask for, I saw one the other day asking for £12.50 a month or "just give £150 today"
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(19-11-2021, 09:21 AM)romeolover Wrote: It does say 100% goes to Children in Need, but what that means, who knows, operating costs etc.

Some Charities are getting greedy about what they ask for, I saw one the other day asking for £12.50 a month or "just give £150 today"

If I recall correctly from the documentary I watched, it was 15 pence in every pound raised. So for your donation of £150, you're effectively giving fifteen quid to a good cause. I can understand overheads and operating costs, that's a given, but 85% borders on dishonesty.
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Isn't the figure raised by him around 3.6 million pounds ....
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