On 15 July 2017
Thanks to you who visited our Mad-Aid Polo Tournament, those who support it, Apartments of London for sponsoring, the team who helped to organise it and the young children from the bar stands 😉
£1127 raised went directly to the charity
Most importantly to Victoria Dunford who keeps the good work going!
This was the first one of many to come annual events for this amazing charity and we raised a good amount of funds, which I’m so grateful about!
I send a signed limited edition copy of my No One’s Business book to those who contribute:
While you are here, I would not miss the opportunity to offer you to red my book where I aim to motivate and inspire you to do more, through my six months migration journey to come to new land to find myself.
You can purchase a limited edition signed copy by depositing funds to charity I support which helps disabled children – here
Or just take a simple amazon copy hereTags: Burgess Hill, charity, disabled led children, FHM Polo Club, MAD Aid, moldova, no ones business, no ones business book, polo, the intelligent migrant man, tournament, UK, vadim turcanu
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