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Song for Peace to raise money for child refugees

25th November 2015

Pukka Family member Tallulah Rendall has written ‘A Song For Peace – We Don’t Want War’ and has launched a fundraising campaign for the Child Refugees Of War via Just Giving with all the proceeds donated to Save The Children UK. 

‘I read the news one morning and immediately wrote this song.  I was unsure if I would share it with anyone, until I read the news the next day and suddenly felt, I had to.  I wanted to do something to help those children in desperate need and hoped that on hearing the song listeners would be inspired to join me in raising money for them. 

In the past I have be involved in many amazing charity events and crowd funding campaigns but this fundraising has completely changed my relationship with music and for the first time I am experiencing first hand its power to unite, inspire and ultimately make a real difference.

I dreamt that maybe the song would inspire other creatives to become involved and so I am so happy to share with you Ithaca student Emily Natal’s video, created in response to the song; please view A Song For Peace below.

So far in three days this song has raised over £1700 and is continuing to grow, unite, inspire and raise money.

Thank you so much to everyone who has joined this campaign for sharing and donating and for Pukka for supporting this story. 

If you haven't donated yet and want to please visit.  https://www.justgiving.com/Tallulah-Rendall/

If you are unable to donate, if possible please take a moment to share Emily’s video and help spread the word, thank you x Tallulah

Written by Tallulah Rendall

'Fundraising campaigns like Tallulah Rendall’s ‘We Don’t Want War’ single, raise the vital funds that our teams working across Europe need to support child refugees. Without supporters generously giving their time and talent in this way, we simply couldn’t reach as many children. As well as vital funds, campaigns such as this help to spread awareness of the issues facing children arriving in Europe.' Emily Paul Save The Children 

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