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Beyonce Barnardos team up in New Zealand concerts

October 16, 2013 at 12:59 PM

Its exciting news for Barnardos to be the chosen charity to team up with BeyGood charity in Beyonce's 4 Auckland concerts this week.

There will be donations boxes that Barnardos staff will be collecting from concert-goers so please support a good cause, and donate generously. Clothes will be given to preschoolers and young people aged 18 and under.

You can read that news here.

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