Beth Yorath

Beth Yorath

Beth is a winner in this year’s Vodafone Foundation World of Difference campaign. She has been involved with Orphan Aid – Little John’s House as a volunteer trustee and fundraiser since 2002 and is now looking forward to dedicating the next year of her life to this cause.

She will be facing the trials, tribulations and bureaucracy of working in Romania to raise funds and highlight the problems of children in care who have become vulnerable adults with few options for the future. She will be working with them to build their own lives into adulthood by providing a stable home environment and supporting a wider outreach community project.


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