Young people use talent to highlight work of the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families

8th July 2013 By: Rose Palmer

On Friday 5th July three talented young people, Christina Carrafiell, Paulo Cesar, and Joy Crooksie came together to raise money for the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families at a gig they put on in West London. 

The audience, which included Bruno Toneloni from Strictly Come Dancing, was treated to a wide range of musical sounds including Pop, Jazz and Latin American and Cuban music, all performed with style and talent by young people wishing to support the Centre. The gig proved to be hugely popular and successfully raised almost £1,000 for the Anna Freud Centre.

The brainchild of Christina Carrafiell a young person who supports the Centre, this event was made successful by the young people who performed, the parents and friends who worked hard to put the evening together, particularly Jackie St. Clair, John Burnett-Hall & Nadia Faria,  and by the audience who came along to support it.

Posted in: Fundraising
Tags: Families