Invitation to the Peace Child Christmas Concert
The Cambridge Science Park
Wednesday 5th December – 18.30 to 20.00
We are very excited to be working closely with the Science Park and children from the Grove Primary School to offer a unique Christmas Concert at the Bradfield Centre in the heart of the Science Park. We would love you to join us for the experience.
This will be no ordinary Christmas concert: it’s a chance for us to listen to inspiring music, learn more about how companies at the Science Park are working and to find out what innovators in the community are doing to “Build a Better World for Everyone.”
The concert is designed as an inspiration and offers hope for the future.
We are asking for a minimum contribution of £25 per ticket – with all proceeds going to support Peace Child’s ground-breaking work in West Africa as well as our educational outreach here in East Anglia. As a small charity we really do rely on the support of individuals like yourself, so please do give whatever you can afford at this time, every penny will make a such huge difference to the lives of young people here and around the world.
Make a donation of £25 or more to join us for our Christmas Concert.
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We’re a youth development charity headquartered in Cambridge and work to empower youth from all over the world to improve their livelihoods by gaining employment or building a business of their own.
Our focus is on working to improve job readiness in Cambridge and the surrounding areas while continuing our ground-breaking work supporting disadvantaged young women in West Africa, giving them the skills and experience they need to transform their life for good.
Peace Child International continue to work closely with international governments and institutions to influence policy and create an environment where young people can thrive.