Lord Rennard, Lord Fowler, The Bishop of St Albans and Lady Verulam

Hi all,

Overwhelmed by support received in the last week from some very influencial people who have agreed to help us with our fund raising appeal, a copy of the appeal brochure will be available shortly in printed form, and will be posted here too.

Statements in support have been received from the Bishop of St Albans, Lady Verulam, and Lord Fowler recently for inclusion in the appeal documentation, with Lord Rennard, former Chief Executive of the Liberal Democrats, offering to assist in hosting the event which is expected to take place at the House of Lords.

Lord Fowler in particular has said;

“I fully support the work by the Crescent in St. Albans for people living with HIV, their partners, families and friends. Over the last nine months I have been chairman of a Select Committee of the House of Lords on HIV in the United Kingdom. This is a crucial health issue and organisations like the Crescent totally deserve our support.”

Lord Norman Fowler

Former Secretary of State for Health

Chair,  House of Lords Select Committee on HIV and Aids in the United Kingdom

We are extremely pleased to have so much support for our appeal, please watch this space, more news will be announced shortly on this.

Our Patron CJ de Mooi is also raising funds for us by running the Hastings Half Marathon on 25th March and also hosting a charity pool tournament event in Telford on 24th of February where proceeds will be shared with the Against Breast Cancer charity. More details on these events to follow, see also http://www.demooi.co.uk/projects.html

Keep watching this space, more to follow,

Thanks for your ongoing support,

The Crescent Team

 

 

 

 

 

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