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65-hour 'Tweetathon' raises £4,000 for charity
12:20pm Thursday 5th September 2013 in News
HE spent three days with no sleep as he Tweeted for charity.
This was the fourth time the 40-year-old who works behind the scenes at John Lewis in WestQuay raised money for charity through the social networking site Twitter, on which he posted more than 2,000 times with friends and family watching him live on his webcam on YouTube.
He chose to support Southampton Rape Crisis after learning about their work through a colleague who volunteers with them.
The money will help the charity continue their work supporting people of all ages in the area who have suffered an unwanted sexual experience.
Graham said his followers were pleased someone was using Twitter for a positive reason in a time when the site has been in the spotlight after being used by people to send abusive messages.
For more information about the charity, visit: southamptonrapecrisis.com.
Graham can be followed on Twitter @diaryofaledger.
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