TV star, Alexander Armstrong, will be attempting to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of Comic Relief in February, but before he leaves he will be compering and singing in a concert to raise funds for the St Vincent de Paul Society's Vinnie Pack project for the homeless. The concert will be on Monday 4th February at 7pm at Farm Street Catholic Church in Mayfair, London.
Renowned soprano, Miranda Heldt, and the Choir With No Name will also be performing, along with actor, Alex Macqueen.
Book tickets here: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/vinnie-pack-charity-concert-with-alexander-armstrong-miranda-heldt-tickets-54343660351.
The SVP have assembled and distributed around 12,000 Vinnie Packs throughout England and Wales to the homeless this winter. Each Vinnie Pack contains a thermal hat, gloves, two pairs of socks, wet wipes, toothpaste, toothbrush, pen and information sheet and packs are handed out on soup runs, at drop in centres and to individuals on the streets. Now that the weather is bitterly cold, funds are needed to continue the project.
Donations can be sent to Vinnie Packs, PO Box 72264, London SW1P 9EZ with cheques made out to SVP.
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