Exclusive charity fashion event in Winchester all set to raise thousands of pounds for Save the Children
Final preparations are being made by organisers for an afternoon fashion show at Lainston House, near Winchester, on the 30th June 2017 to raise money for Save the Children.
Organisers Elizabeth and David StJohn from Save the Children met up with local celebrity and internationally renowned hairdresser Guy Kremer, Darren Cooper and Charlie Culverhouse from Prestige Cars by Peter Cooper, Dominika Miller from Hobbs to discuss the final details of a special fund-raiser charity event.
The exclusive event includes afternoon tea followed by a fashion show by Hobbs, which will be compered by Charlie Culverhouse from Prestige Cars by Peter Cooper, including a speech from ITN newsreader Alistair Stewart.
The exciting list of donated gifts from local businesses will be auctioned by Andrew Smith.
“We are hoping local people will come and support this event on the 30th June to raise money for such a worthwhile charity,” says Elizabeth StJohn from Save the Children.
Elizabeth added: “We have a limited number of tickets for this exclusive event so my advice is to buy now to avoid disappointment. I’d like to thank everyone who has helped to make this event happen – whether it be participants, sponsors or guests.
“All proceeds will be spent very wisely. For every £1 received on behalf of Save the Children, 91p is spent on the projects, 8p is spent on fund-raising and 1p is spent on governance. In 2016, over 22 million children were helped in the U.K, the Middle Ease, South America, Asia, and Africa.”
Darren Cooper, Managing Director of the Peter Cooper Motor Group, added: “We are delighted to support the event and raise money for Save the Children. It’s a fantastic cause and we hope thousands will be raised o the day.”
Tickets, at £40 each, for this special occasion are still available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01794 388119 to have an enjoyable treat whilst helping Save the Children to continue its vital work around the world.
Information about the charity:
- Save the Children was founded in 1919 and is working in 120 countries around the world providing education, healthcare and disaster relief for children and is protecting their rights.
- For every £1 received, 91p is spent on the projects, 8p is spent on fund-raising and 1p is spent on governance. In 2016, over 22 million children were helped in the U.K, the Middle Ease, South America, Asia, and Africa.
- Amongst other projects, Save the Children has organised safe drinking water, hygiene kits, vaccination programmes, temporary learning centres and child friendly places to play in the refugee camps in the countries of the Middle East. Save the Children is still working in Nepal with families recovering from the earthquake in 2015. Save the Children is working in several African countries to reduce child deaths from preventable diseases and to protect children affected by HIV and AIDS.
- More than quarter of England’s children live in poverty. One of the highest rates of child poverty in the developed world. Save the Children has provided essential items for children’s developments – beds, cookers, refrigerators – to low income families who simply can’t afford to buy these items themselves, even with both parents working.