Charity Commission encourages safer giving for Cyclone Idai Appeal

For advice on how to safely donate to charities working to relieve the humanitarian crisis  in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe as result of Cyclone Idai go to

https://bit.ly/2Ft9sYA   where there is advice on how to check if a charity is genuine.

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