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Natalie Delmonte

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Hi guys 

Violence is never the answer.  

Together we can help support victims of crime and be a ray of light in their darkest hour.

Many hands truly can move mountains.

No donation is too big or small and I sincerely thank you on behalf of The White Knight Foundation for your donation.

Thank you so much for your support heart


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The White Knight Foundation

The White Knight Foundation is here to draw attention to the prevalence and absolute stupidity of unprovoked youth violence whilst raising funds to young victims and their families to help them on their journey to recovery.

The White Knight Foundation was established in August 2013 from the result of a non-provoked attack on Liam Knight, where a 2.8m long steel rod was thrown, striking Liam, piercing through his skull.

Fortunately, Liam survived, but he continues to endure a long road of rehabilitation from the brain damage he suffered.

After months of witnessing Liam’s determination and fight to get back to his former self, it was evident that there are other victims that need help and support so they too, can get back to their physical and mental best.

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