Exmouth and Budleigh Oxfam shops do their bit for Haiti

EXMOUTH and Budleigh Salterton Oxfam shops are doing their bit to help the Haiti relief effort by selling copies of Simon Cowell's star-studded charity single Everybody Hurts.

EXMOUTH and Budleigh Salterton Oxfam shops are doing their bit to help the Haiti relief effort by selling copies of Simon Cowell's star-studded charity single Everybody Hurts.

Scores of stars, including Susan Boyle, Jon Bon Jovi and Cheryl Cole, perform on the single in a bid to raise much-needed funds for the survivors of the Haiti earthquake.

The single is �3.99 and all profits go to helping the relief effort.

Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton residents are invited to help the Haiti relief effort in other ways.


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Cash donations can be made at www.oxfam.org.uk or www.dec.org.uk or donations of unwanted clothing, books, music and other items can be sold to help the charity's work in places like Haiti.

Rachel May, manager of the local Oxfam shops, said:

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"The response to the disaster in Haiti from people in Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton has already been amazing, but now there's another way to get involved and do your bit.

"Pick up a copy of the single from the shop, and while you're here, drop off a bag of things you no longer need so we can use them to raise money to help save lives around the world."

All profits that Oxfam makes on the sale of the CD (�1.27 per CD) will go to the DEC Appeal for Haiti. Sony's profit, of not less than �1 per single, will be divided equally between the DEC and The Sun's "Helping Haiti' appeal for the Charities Aid Foundation.

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