Sarah Moyle, best known for BBC’s Doctors, as well as taking Sean Penn to task in The Gunman, is raising money for charity, and in this video,
Sarah is so ‘Valerie’ in a number of places in this video, but seriously, she’s raising money for Hope and Homes for Children, an international charity which works to help vulnerable children orphaned by war or disaster. Currently around 8 million children are confined in orphanages all over the world.
Sarah says: “Like me you may have believed that orphanages are a good thing, but they can have devastating consequences for children, denying them a voice and taking away their right to grow up in a loving, protective, family environment.”
Together with Ian Midlane (Dr Al Haskey in Doctors), they show that the new line-up for Doctor Who should really be him as the Doctor, and Sarah Moyle as his assistant, as they bounce off each other so well.
Her tasks are as follows:
- June 3rd: Sarah will be running the Great Midland Run, which is 8.5 miles around Birmingham
July 28th: The Brompton World Championships on her fold-up bike.
September: Sarah will be part of the Ride Rwanda team. They will be mountain biking approximately 260km across Rwanda (The Land of a Thousand Hills!) “…..thankfully not on my Brompton!”, she tells us, and along the way she will get to see some of the charity’s projects and meet some of the children and families benefiting from the work.
Hope And Homes For Children provide exactly that: hope and homes. They are closing institutions and supporting children into loving stable families and communities. Visit: hopeandhomes.org
Sarah states she is paying all the costs of the trip herself, so that every penny she raises will go directly to Hope and Homes for Children.
Check out Sarah Moyle’s fundraising page at: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/moylie69 and watch her Facebook video below.
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