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Former England cricketer Alex Tudor helps raise £2,500 in spinathon challenge

Former England cricketer Alex Tudor helped to raise £2,500 for  Embrace Child Victims of Crime in a 10 day spinathon. He joined a team of eight police officers from Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire Police and a police officer’s husband to take on the 1,190 mile challenge. Alex, who played for England

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£28,000 raised for children harmed by crime in match-funding campaign

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, supporters and fundraisers we raised £14,000 in 14 days! Then it was doubled to £28,000 to help children and families recover from trauma – as part of a match-funding campaign. Embrace Child Victims of Crime took part in the Big Give’s summer match-funding

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Embrace joins Bright Sky app to support young domestic violence victims

National children’s charity Embrace Child Victims of Crime has joined a scheme to help victims of domestic violence get the help and support they need. Bright Sky, is a free mobile app and website, launched by charity Hestia, which signposts victims to the support services available to them including Embrace

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Embrace Child Victims of Crime sets the charity trend with launch of own clothing range.

Embrace Child Victims of Crime have joined forces with Kindred.co, the company behind the rainbow NHS T-shirts that raised thousands of pounds for charity. Kindred’s mission is to raise the maximum amount of money for global charities through our everyday purchases. Embrace are setting the charity trend and have launched,

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ALFIE’S FUND – SUPPORTING CHILDREN HARMED BY CRIME AND NOW LIVING IN CASH-STRAPPED HOMES DUE TO COVID-19

Many children across the country affected by crime now find themselves doubly disadvantaged as a result of coronavirus – many parents having lost family income as a result of Covid-19. Embrace Child Victims of Crime (CVoC) set up Alfie’s Fund to provide support for these children and their families and

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Over £5,000 worth of toys and activities kindly donated by KidsOut to Alfie’s Hardship Fund

KidsOut a Bedfordshire based children’s support charity have donated over £5,000 worth of toys and activities to help young children, harmed by crime and now isolating inside due to COVID-19, enjoy themselves. A BIG thank you goes Kids Out for donating some wonderful toys and activities that will be distributed

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THANK YOU for caring and helping us hit our target in the Champions for Children match funding campaign

Over £34,000 has been raised to help support young lives who have been devastated by crime and plunged into poverty by COVID-19. Thank you to all our supporters new and old and 100 Club members for their kind donations during this Summers double donation week. We are delighted to let you

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