UK Cypriot Theo Paphitis boosts The Sun’s Earthquake Appeal by £5,000

EX-Dragons’ Den tycoon Theo Paphitis y boosted The Sun’s Earthquake Appeal by £5,000.

The businessman, 63, said: “You can’t help but be saddened and shocked by the scenes in Turkey.” 

The Sun launched the appeal to support the Red Cross in the wake of the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria
Relief supplies are already getting to those who need them

He joined big-hearted Sun readers who have donated to our appeal, which has raised almost £600,000.

Mr Paphitis, who owns Ryman, Robert Dyas and Boux Avenue, added: “Times are tough but even the smallest amount from many will help.”

British Red Cross chief executive Mike Adamson said: “Your donations will help search-and-rescue missions on the ground and provide vital aid to those who need it most

To donate, visit redcross.org.uk/sunaid

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