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£1,000 boost for appeal to help Rhys, four

An appeal has been launched to help a Suffolk family coping with a severely autistic child who is unable to sleep through the night. The Moore family, from Framlingham, find night-times an exhausting ordeal due to the complex needs of their four-year son Rhys, who only sleeps for 90 minutes at a time.

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Kingsley staff raised £145 for four charities by wearing Christmas jumpers for the day and donating £2

Kingsley staff raised £145 for four charities by wearing Christmas jumpers for the day and donating £2.
The amount will be doubled thanks to the generous pledge of CEO Daya Thayan.
Over The Rainbow Children's Charity, launched by Kingsley recruitment manager Bev Lambert, will receive half the cash.
The other charities to benefit will be Save the Children, Make a Wish and MacMillan.

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The plight of children and their families facing the most extreme challenges have inspired a Suffolk women

The plight of children and their families facing the most extreme challenges have inspired a Suffolk woman to launch a new charity, Over the Rainbow Children’s Charity. The idea came to Kingsley Healthcare recruitment manager Bev Lambert, 55, when she read stories about Lowestoft girl Daisy Newman who has severe cerebral palsy. To support the appeal for a sensory “magic carpet” for the five year old, she made cupcakes and raffled them at work to raise £132.

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