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22 September 2009, Evening Standard

Joy over First Baby Born at Great Ormond Street in 157 Years

Nicola Tyler went into labour while she was staying with her daughter Kelly as the six-year-old had treatment for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Nurses at the hospital, which does not have a maternity unit, called for help from the nearby University College Hospital but had to deliver Zac on the ward. It is the first time in […]

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01 October 2008

Global Players

Lifestyles Magazine Global Impact: David & Simon Reuben: The brothers, once owners of a successful metals company, continue to be prominent figures in the real estate, venture capital, and business community in the U.K. They started the Reuben Foundation with an initial $100 million donation in October 2002. The foundation, which focuses on projects in […]

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19 February 2007

Reubens Donate to Great Ormond Street

JC Great Ormond Street hospital, in central London, has announced a multi-million pound contribution from brothers David and Simon Reuben towards the construction of a new children’s cancer centre at the hospital. The centre will enable Great Ormond Street to become the largest centre for paediatric haematology oncology treatment in Europe and one of the […]

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01 February 2007

Photo that saved little girl′s sight

The Sun In future, youngsters like Jasmin will be treated at The Reuben Foundation Children’s Cancer Centre, currently under construction. The centre will make the Great Ormond Street Hospital the largest children’s cancer centre in Europe and one of the world’s top three.’

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14 July 2006

Reuben School

Jewish Chronicle A small Sephardi school in Hendon is to change its name to honour the mother of two of the country’s biggest property developers. Od Yosef Hai Primary in Hendon, which shares premises with Od Yosef Hai Synagogue, is to be renamed the Nancy Reuben School in memory of the mother of David and […]

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15 January 2006

Reubens give charity $100m

The Sunday Times DAVID and Simon Reuben, who head one of Britain’s wealthiest families, have given $100m (£56m) to their charitable fund. They are the latest entrepreneurs to donate a large part of their fortune to charity – following the example of several high-profile American entrepreneurs. Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, has given away […]

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15 January 2006

The Venture Philanthropists

Sunday Times ENTREPRENEUR Sir Tom Hunter describes himself as a canny Scot — “I don’t give anything away” — but over the past decade Hunter has invested (as he describes it) tens of millions of pounds in charitable causes. Hunter, who pledged in 2004 to give a total of £100m to the Hunter Foundation, is […]

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