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Hermes Foundation Donation

Before Small Kindness there was the 'Hermes Foundation.'

Hopefully, this page will help to answer some of your questions about which were some of Cat's Charities. We have located some information concerning one of Cat Stevens' generous donations which  was presented to the children of his old neighborhood in London. We have always heard of Cat's generous nature but never really knew which charities he supported and who they actually helped. I hope this page and others to follow will help you to understand the Heart and Soul behind who Cat Stevens/Yusuf Islam is and was. And, hopefully, we can help people to understand and learn more about Cat/Yusuf's charitable work both during and after his Cat Stevens years...


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Cat gives 20,000 to kids' centre

Cat Stevens has donated 20,000  to a London neighborhood centre in an area where he once lived. He made the donation on behalf of his own Hermes Foundation Charity to the St Mary's Church centre in Islington, which was opened on Saturday.

Cat is pictured with some of the neighbourhood children who will benefit from the centre.

This appeared in the London Paper in the mid - late 1970's and is courtesy of George Brown.


Cat and the Vicars

This is an 8 x 10 professional photograph of the event. Standing second from left is Cat Stevens, with the Vicars of  St. Mary's Church.


This photograph comes courtesy of Bruce Lawrie


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