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Typhoon appeal raises £2,619
7:20am Monday 23rd December 2013 in Local
GENEROUS Kidderminster residents have been raising cash for communities in the Philippines devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.
They have held collections in local Catholic churches, raising £2,619 so far. Residents were responding to an appeal by international Christian aid charity CAFOD through local churches.
Helen Moseley, CAFOD manager for Kidderminster, said: “The generosity of the local people has been overwhelming and this is an exceptional response to CAFOD’s appeal.
“People’s livelihoods and communities have been dev - astated in the Philippines and the churches there are playing a vital part in providing emergency relief.”
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