Dear to Greg's Heart
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Since 1994, Greg Lake has tried to help bring awareness to the ever-increasing problem of child abduction and exploitation. After seeing a segment of AMERICA'S MOST WANTED about the abduction and murder of 12 year old Sara Ann Wood, Lake wrote and recorded the song "Daddy," about the spirit of a young abducted girl trying to re-connect with her living parents. It appears on the ELP record, IN THE HOT SEAT. The song became an anthem for The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. In the same year, Greg Lake did a solo charity tour which raised over $100,000 for the National Center. He has remained a spokesperson for the cause of missing and exploited children, and has appeared at various functions on behalf of the National Center.
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SSPCA Animal Rescue Funding Appeal
If you feel the same way as I do about animal cruelty then please take a few moments to look at my new website. There are so many problems and hardships facing the world with pleas for help coming from every quarter, all of which I am sure are both worthy and deserving. However, there is something particular about human cruelty towards animals which I find impossible to walk away from. I suppose rather like children, it is the helplessness and vulnerability of these creatures which adds shame to compassion and compels me to act.
Human cruelty towards animals is the most base form of human behaviour and often the precursor to acts of cruelty and violence towards other human beings. This new appeal site is targeted to one very small area in which we can make a huge and vital difference. Please take a few moments to look over the website, especially at the photo gallery to see if there is anything you feel you are able to do to help.
During my long career I have fortunately been blessed with fans who are decent and compassionate people and that is why I feel that you would definitely want to join me in this struggle.
I am extremely grateful for your time and consideration and sincerely apologise in advance if the material shown on this site causes distress, but that is why we have to act now.
For more information, visit www.seychellesrescue.org