The Swedish Royals and The World Childhood Foundation, Part 2 (June 2018 Onwards)

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Please save the date! The World Childhood Foundation, founded by Queen Silvia of Sweden and one of the country’s pioneering nonprofits in the fight against child sexual abuse and exploitation, will hold their 25th Anniversary Gala on Thursday, November 14 at 583 Park Avenue in New York City.
H.R.H. Princess Madeleine will deliver remarks, as well as Exec. Dir. Dr. Mary Pulido. CNN International’s Julia Chatterley will emcee. All proceeds support Childhood’s mission to inspire, promote, and develop solutions to end child sexual abuse and exploitation.
Madeleine attended yesterday at World Childhood Foundation's Stella Polaris Summit at the Conference Center of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences. There were also her friends Louise Thott, Katarina von Horn and Lovisa de Geer. Madeleine and her friends were also seen at been at Restaurant Riche.

Madeleine posted to her Instagram about the Summit, at the first photo with Lena Kaplan, the royal family's friend and a member of the board of World Childhood Foundation USA.
Queen Silvia at the Royal Palace on 12 March 1999, at the launch of the World Childhood Foundation with the Chairman of the board of WCF Antonia Ax:son Johnson.
Giva Sverige (the Swedish Fundraising Association) is the professional membership body for fundraising organisations in Sweden. Giva Sverige tells at its website, that the World Childhood Foundation got collected funds from fundraising in various events and sold products in 2023 SEK 42 051 000 (in 2022 the sum was SEK 53 548 000).
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