Archbishop of York Meets Severely Disabled Children

The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, has visited the York-based Family Fund, a national charity working with severely disabled children and their families.

Published 22 July 2007

The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, has visited the York-based Family Fund, a national charity working with severely disabled children and their families.

Dr Sentamu is keeping a promise made when he first arrived in York in 2005 to visit the Fund's offices where he will meet some of the children and parents that the charity has helped through its work as the largest voluntary-sector grant maker in the country.

The Archbishop of York said: "To bring up a child who is severely disabled can be extremely challenging, both emotionally and financially."

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