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New photos and article about Caitriona Balfe in Ghana for World Child Cancer   1 comment

New photos and article about Caitriona Balfe in Ghana for World Child Cancer

From Inquisitr

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With filming underway for the much-anticipated third season, much of the Outlander Season 3 news has focused on spoilers, rumors, castings, and those ever-persistent but completely unfounded rumors of who’s dating who. But one of the things that hasn’t been featured as much in the press which, frankly, should be, is the extensive charity efforts of all of the cast members.

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In previously reported Outlander Season 3 news on The Inquisitr, much ado was made about the charity efforts of the male cast members, namely, Scott Kyle, Graham McTavish, and Sam Heughan. But Caitriona Balfe, who plays Claire Fraser on the show, has done extensive work with World Child Cancer, whose mission is to support efforts to better diagnose and treat cancer in children all over the world. In fact, Balfe believes in the mission of World Child Cancer so much that, on her social media pages, she lists herself as an actress and a “proud patron of World Child Cancer.”

In fact, Balfe believes in the mission of World Child Cancer so much that on her social media pages, she lists herself as an actress and a “proud patron of World Child Cancer.”

And since a lot of the latest Outlander Season 3 news is focusing on what the cast is doing when they’re not in front of the lenses, we decided to sit down with World Child Cancer’s CEO Jon Rosser to talk about the charity, Caitriona Balfe’s recent trip to Ghana with the charity, and what their efforts are in 2016 and beyond.

You can read the full article at the source

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Posted September 7, 2016 by fastieslowie in Caitriona Balfe, Outlander

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One response to “New photos and article about Caitriona Balfe in Ghana for World Child Cancer

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  1. Lovely picture of Cait and what a good cause she is backing what a wonderful humanitarian….

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