The growing gift from the authors of the world’s largest Sherlock Holmes collection will continue to support children with learning disabilities.
Holmes authors have now raised over $100,000 for Undershaw. Undershaw is the former home of Sherlock Holmes author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle that today is the site of one of Europe’s leading schools for children with learning disabilities. The donation, which continues to rise, has been gifted from the royalties of the authors of “The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories.”
“We’re incredibly grateful to MX Publishing for their continued support to Undershaw and are blown away by their generosity,” said Claire Cookson, CEO of the DFN Foundation and DFN Project SEARCH. “Thanks to the brilliance and creativity of the collection of Sherlock Holmes authors, our own brilliant students at…
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