Rachel Stevens, ambassador of Wateraid and Cauldwell Kids recently was approached by some little girls collecting money Jewish Charities for Purim.
For those unaware Purim is a Jewish holiday that commemorates the saving of the Jewish people from Haman, who was planning to kill all the Jews. This took place in the ancient Persian Empire.
School teachers found unique ways to raise money for their charity of choice Kisharon, including walking 16 miles, Meanwhile, volunteers as young as three also took to the streets to raise awareness about the charity.
Adina Gordon and Ariella Taub (Pictured with Rachel) dressed up to while collecting with Adina’s mother, Nicole, before running into pop star Rachel Stevens, who spurred them on.
Mrs Stevens told the Kisharon organisation to keep up the good work during Purim.
For more imformation on Kisharon you can visit their website by clicking here