Amy Winehouse foundation gala raises money to fight alcoholism and drug abuse

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Amy Winehouse foundation gala raises money to fight alcoholism and drug abuse
19th November 2014

Though it is more than three years since her death, Amy Winehouse's legacy is stronger than ever. The Foundation set up in her name thriving. She died in July 2011, aged only 27. 

The foundation was set up by her family only a couple of months after she died to help those struggling with alcoholism and drug addiction. 

Last night played host to the foundation’s annual gala, with proceeds from the event going to support the cause. 

Dan Freedman caught up with Amy’s father, Mitch and musician Alexandra Burke. 
 

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