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Chai motivates its young supporters

    More than 60 young professionals attended a motivational seminar at the Chai cancer charity campus in Hendon, where they were encouraged to act on their ambitions - whether launching a business or writing a book - by ex-JFS student and motivational speaker Nigel Risner.

    The free event was organised to give new supporters the experience of "the special atmosphere that has such a positive effect on all those who benefit from our specialised services".

    Young Chai co-chair Talia Briski said : "The night was a great success and raised awareness about the invaluable work that Chai Cancer Care do."

    Donations totalling around £400 were made on the evening.

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