At ELoH we love our young supporters! It’s amazing to see the creativity and dedication that they put in to improving the lives of children in developing countries.

In July 2016, twelve 16-year-olds raised money for ELoH through the National Citizens Service – a voluntary personal and social development programme for 16- and 17-year-olds in England and Northern Ireland. Through bake-sales at schools and a very popular ‘shaving-off the leg hair’ fundraiser the group managed to raise £260 – money which will enable more child amputees to walk and go to school.

Below are a few photos from the award ceremony that followed the fundraiser. Well done team Bari!

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16-year-olds raise £260 through the National Citizens Service. Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope - Transforming child amputees' lives http://elizabethslegacyofhope.org/

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16-year-olds raise £260 through the National Citizens Service. Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope - Transforming child amputees' lives http://elizabethslegacyofhope.org/

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16-year-olds raise £260 through the National Citizens Service. Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope - Transforming child amputees' lives http://elizabethslegacyofhope.org/

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