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“Send A Cow is a really special charity. It helps people to help themselves. By doing that, you help to make sure that what they achieve is long term and gives communities a secure future. Working at a local level, you can see the difference that you make and it is really fantastic.”

Ferne Corrigan Children's TV Presenter