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SAVE OUR KIDS: Kids will not be allowed to suffer.

KEEP up the good work is the message from readers who have already raised funds for the Save Our Kids campaign.

We discovered Facilitate, the charity our campaign cash was earmarked for, is being investigated by the Scottish Charities Office.

As a precaution your money has not been passed on and is now in an interest- bearing account.

But we promised every penny will go to suicidal children and now Record fundraisers have decided to continue with their efforts - for the sake of children like Emma Morrison, 12, who hanged herself after being bullied.

Carol Agnew, whose goth niece Nicola Raphael also took her life after being bullied, is keen to let people know her karaoke evening and raffle is still going ahead at the St Brigid's Club, in Kilbirnie, Ayrshire, on October 26.

She said: "It's a sell-out and we trust the Record to give the money to kids who need it."

The cash will be passed on once the Charities Office concludes its investigations.

Please remember, this campaign is for desperate kids, don't let them suffer for the lies of Betty Maxwell- Carter.

It's easy to make a donation to our appeal. You can phone it, post it or bank it. Here's how:


CALL: 0870 241 0195


Send donations to: Daily Record Save Our Kids Campaign, PO Box 3957, Glasgow, G51 2YN


Pay cash in at any Royal Bank of Scotland branch Account No: 00154681 Sort Code: 83-44-00


0141 309 3251

Call the newsdesk with your idea to help raise cash



Text: 07740 101 101

Fax: 0141 309 3340

Write: Daily Record, One Central Quay, Glasgow, G3 8DA
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Date:Oct 21, 2002
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