Celebrity Charity Of The Week: Monday 18th April 2016 | Polygon PR

Celebrity Charity Of The Week: Monday 18th April 2016

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Louis Tomlinson Joins Soccer Aid Line-Up

In his first project since One Direction’s hiatus, Louis Tomlinson has become the latest celebrity to join this year’s Soccer Aid.

Louis will take part in a football match on June 5th broadcast from Manchester’s Old Trafford on ITV, in aid of Unicef.

Unicef is a wold leading children’s charity, working to provide healthcare, education and emergency relief.

www.socceraid.unicef.org.uk

Will.i.am Visits Refugee Camp In Calais

Will.i.am recently visited a refugee camp in Calais.

The Voice judge showed his support for the charity Care4Calais, with his appearance bringing a smile to people’s faces.

Care4Calais was founded by UK volunteers to support the refugee camps in Calais with fresh meals, warm clothing and medical help.

www.care4calais.org

Naomi Campbell Fronts Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

Naomi Campbell has been photographed by Mario Testino in a series of photographs for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer 20 years after she helped launch the campaign.

The supermodel helped launch the original Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign in 1996, alongside Kate Moss, which encourages people to show support by purchasing from the collection designed especially for the campaign.

Money raised by Fashion Targets Breast Cancer will be donated directly to Breast Cancer Now, which has a target that no woman’s life will be claimed by breast cancer by 2050.

www.fashiontargetsbreastcancer.org.uk

KISS Perform At Race To Erase MS Gala

KISS recently performed a concert in support of Race To Erase MS Gala.

The band performed from their extensive back catalogue, including the songs “Deuce,” “Calling Dr. Love,” “Cold Gin,” and fan-favourite “Rock And Roll All Nite.”

Race To Erase MS is dedicated to the treatment and ultimate cure of MS and has raised the funs necessary to set up our Center Without Walls Programme, a network of the top MS research centres.

www.erasems.org

 

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