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Billionaire couple donate $10million to keep initiatives for poor families running despite government shutdown

·  John and Laura Arnold have dipped into their personal $2.8 billion fortune

·  They have stumped up the cash to keep seven Head Start centers open

·  The donation means 7,000 youngsters will continue to receive care

·  They had been left high and dry by the government shutdown

A billionaire couple have forked out $10 million of their own cash to pay for care for some of the poorest children in society amid the continuing US Government shutdown. Laura and John Arnold have dipped into their personal fortune of $2.8 billion to reopen seven Head Start programmes in six states. The government shut down last week when Congress failed to agree a budget, although there are now said to be 'glimmers of hope' of a resolution, with President Barack Obama indicating he would accept a short-term increase in borrowing to avoid a default.   A billionaire couple have forked out $10 million of their own cash to pay for care for some of the poorest children in society amid the continuing US Government shutdown. Laura and John Arnold have dipped into their personal fortune of $2.8 billion to reopen seven Head Start programmes in six states. The government shut down last week when Congress failed to agree a budget, although there are now said to be 'glimmers of hope' of a resolution, with President Barack Obama indicating he would accept a short-term increase in borrowing to avoid a default.