Telethon hopes to raise cash for children’s charities

| 16/10/2013

(CNS): One of Cayman’s longest running charities is calling on the community to tune into its annual lively telethon or join the party which has been set for broadcast on Saturday 2 November 7pm to midnight on Cayman 27. Viewers can pledge cash on the night to help the NCVO’s various children’s programmes including The Nadine Andreas Residential Foster Home, “Miss Nadine’s” Pre-School, Jack & Jill Nursery, the Caring Cousins Welfare Fund and the John Gray Fund. With a variety of musical entertainment from pop, rock, and island style to country music by a line-up of local entertainers viewers who make a pledge have a chance to win one of over 50 prizes donated by many different companies.

Musicians include Teri Quappe; Gone Country; Barefoot Man; Andy Martin; JR Douglas; Joan Wilson; Heat; Inverse; Swanky; Trinity; Kool Skool; Sea N' B; Gordon Solomon; Little Magic; Bonafide and Hitide.

The NCVO is a non-profit, charitable organisation that is dedicated to the care, education and well-being of children and families in need of support in the Cayman Islands.
For more information or to make a donation to the NCVO prior to the Radio/Telethon, contact the NCVO at 949-2124 on the night pledgers can call  946-6136 to donate.


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