Lady Sue Ryder of Warsaw, Single-Minded Philanthropist
Sue Ryder (1924 – 2000) was a highly unusual and capable woman. She was determined, energetic and ambitious for her many projects whose primary aim was to relieve suffering. The people she helped included concentration camp survivors, those born with disabilities and those with long-term illnesses. Her Catholic faith nourished her resolve as did her marriage to Leonard Cheshire, the RAF war hero who was also a philanthropist.
Sue Ryder was unstoppable until the very end. I wrote this book because, once I knew something about her, I wanted others to do so too, so that her spirit, her sometimes contradictory personality and her many achievements are not forgotten.
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