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  • ” In September 2012 I suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm which required four months in hospitals and skilled nursing facilities. I had no family here apart from my son who visited me daily when he could. It was lovely when a few fellow brits from UKares came by with goodies from the homeland and the good British sense of humour. It certainly helped in my recovery. “

    Lynn Helm, 52
  • ” I wanted to write you a letter to express my gratitude towards UKares. As you know I was recently run down by a car and spent almost 3 weeks laid up in hospital after having operations. I cannot begin to tell you how thrilled I was to have a UKares member, a fellow Brit, turn up with magazines, English goodies and really just showing up as support. This organization is of tremendous value, it really made a difference and super charged my recovery. “

    Guy Salisbury, 33
  • ” I have just completely recovered after involvement in a car accident and would like to pay tribute to UKares for the warmth of their support and kindness in their actions. Their personal visits and expressions of concern only make one realize the unbelievable effect this has on anyone needing a boost in positive thinking. “

    Bernard Skibben, 86


Thinking of fathers and sons today lost in this tragedy ... ... See MoreSee Less

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Many of us know who "tough guy" Tom Hardy is, but don't know his inspiring story... how he overcame his troubled youth and turned his negative experiences into a force for good. #celebsworthcelebrating Find out more here Soundtrack from

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Supporters of #ukares foundation had a marvelous fundraiser at Ahmanson Theatre to see #GGLAMtour which was spectacular ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you Center Theatre Group for supporting our charity.
We look forward to seeing you tomorrow night.

A Backstage Ballet…an Actor and his Dressers
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The physical dexterity John Rapson demonstrates onstage in A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder at the Ahmanson Theatre is matched by something the audience will never see—the backstage ballet with his team of dressers. More info:

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