Rochelle Humes And Host Of Other Stars To Attend Celebrity Carol Concert In Aid Of Charity MOTHERS2MOTHERS
CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT TAKING PLACE AT ST PAUL'S CHURCH, KNIGHTSBRIDGE, MONDAY 3 DECEMBER 7-8PM
M2M PATRONS LEAD THE CELEBRITY READINGS INCLUDING TV HOST ROCHELLE HUMES, ACTRESS SAMANTHA BOND,
DOWNTON ABBEY ACTOR MATT BARBER, POLDARK STAR CHRISTIAN BRASSINGTON AND ACTOR CHRISTOPHER TIMOTHY
SPECIAL PERFORMANCE FROM MOYA ANGELA, STAR OF AMERICA’S GOT TALENT AND THE LONDON WEST END
On Monday 3 December, the international charity mothers2mothers is hosting Carols by Candlelight, a stunning carol concert at St Paul's Church in Knightsbridge, London.
mothers2mothers patron and actress Samantha Bond will lead celebrity readings from fellow Patron and television host Rochelle Humes, as well as celebrity supporters of mothers2mothers including Downton Abbey actor Matt Barber, Poldark star Christian Brassington and Christopher Timothy who has starred in Doctors, Holby City and Eastenders to name a few. Star of America's Got Talent and the West End stage Moya Angela will also add an extra sparkle to the evening with a special solo carol performance.
mothers2mothers Spokeswomen and Mentor Mother Khanyisile Mavibela, from Eswatini (formerly known as Swaziland), will be sharing the powerful story of her own personal journey with mothers2mothers.
Rochelle Humes says "As a Patron who has seen mothers2mothers in action in Kenya I couldn’t be happier to be joining them for mulled wine, mince pies and a Christmas sing-song!”
Tickets are £25, £15 for student and children are free.
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mothers2mothers (m2m) is an international NGO founded in Cape Town, South Africa in 2001. m2m employs and trains HIV-positive women to deliver health services, advice, and support to women and their families at health facilities and in local communities. From an initial focus on eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV, m2m has expanded into five related areas to deliver benefits for women and their families at all stages of life. As well as a continued focus on HIV-prevention and education, m2m’s services now also include early childhood development, paediatric care and support, and adolescent mentoring. In 2017 alone, m2m and its partners enrolled almost 2.3 million new clients into care across seven African countries, an 18% rise over 2016. We helped to virtually eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV amongst our enrolled clients, saw 97% of our ECD clients achieve their developmental milestones at 12 months, and created employment opportunities for nearly 3,000 HIV-positive women.