WaterAid to benefit from Prime Minister's Christmas cards

Charity will get a third of proceeds from Gordon Brown's greetings this year

PM's Christmas card
PM's Christmas card

Water and sanitation charity WaterAid will receive the proceeds from the Christmas cards sent by Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his family this year.

A third of the price of the cards, which feature the charity's logo, will be donated to WaterAid.

Sarah Brown, the Prime Minister's wife, said in a statement: "WaterAid is a great charity doing vital work that is widely supported by many people in Britain. I know the availability of basic sanitation and clean water is a fundamental part of keeping people in good health."

A spokeswoman for 10 Downing Street said it was not yet clear how much money would be raised for the charity.


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