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Dreams Come True charity receives £200,000 raised by reseller at annual event

Softcat has raised £200,000 for children's charity Dreams Come True at its 2013 May Ball - double last year's £100,000. Some 800 Softcat staff, partners and customers attended the Grosvenor Hous...

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