Since the age of eighteen I’ve helped to raise £100,000 for good causes. I have devoted my life to supporting sick and terminally ill children.
Please use this link to view images of events that have raised funds & awareness.
I started fundraising in my teens and I’m now thirty three. When I launched 30 Donations my original goal was to collect 30 luxury items for Haven House Children’s Hospice. I’ve seen the amazing environment that they have created for children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions across North and East London, West Essex and East Hertfordshire. Please visit their website: http://www.havenhouse.org.uk
In the past I’ve obtained donations from Bill Gates, J.K. Rowling and Donald Trump.
I have collected signed first editions of Harry Potter books from J.K. Rowling, A Herb Ritts limited edition print of Naomi Campbell (signed by Naomi Campbell), and flights to New York from Virgin Atlantic. During my time fundraising for Children With AIDS Charity I collected and distributed over 20,000 small gifts to kids worldwide.
I want to obtain unique donations which can raise funds & awareness for amazing causes.
I'd love to raise thousands of pounds for the hospice. A day's care at Haven House Children's Hospice costs £5,374. It would be fantastic if I can raise enough money to provide a month of care, support and fun for local life-limited children.
I've supported numerous Haven House gala dinners and raised over £46,957.
My ultimate goal is to raise in excess of £250,000
I know that every penny raised is "Changing lives one day at a time".
I've always combined innovation and persistence to raise money.
Sales of auction items raised £7,150 at the Haven House Autumn Ball in October 2014.
The sale of a signed and framed Jack Vettriano print raised £3,100 in December.
Donations auctioned by the Professional Darts Corporation raised £2,500 in January 2015.
Winton Capital donated £8,000 to Haven House in March.
In June a day trip for two on the British Pullman was a star prize in a raffle. The total sum of money raised by the raffle was £1,200. Many thanks to everyone who bought a ticket.
At the BlackRock Trial by Trivia event a limited edition print from Julian Lennon raised £2,500.
The 2015 Haven House Ball raised £89,000. Sales of prizes sourced by myself raised £18,635. Peter de Savary donated a vacation at Azzurra Castle in the West Indies which raised £7,000. In 2016 I raised £21,172 at the annual ball.
£84,672 has been raised by 30 Donations
With your help I can beat my fundraising target and raise a small fortune for Haven House.
Please take a look at the 30 Donations feature in West Essex Life: WEL.pdf
Haven House Ball photographs are available to view online: Ball Photographs.pdf
West Essex Life has published an interview with me: Interview.pdf
Hundreds of donors have supported 30 Donations.
Some of the many donors are David Sullivan, Philip Treacy OBE, Usain Bolt, Dame Helen Mirren, Kate Moss, Stephen Webster MBE and Jack Vettriano OBE.
West Ham Joint-Chairman David Sullivan has donated £7,000 to 30 Donations.
Other donations include autographed books and luxurious beauty products.
The Savoy have donated a special tour of the The Savoy, followed by a glass of champagne and two signed copies of The Savoy Cocktail Book. A once-in-a-lifetime experience.
We have received donations from Dan Brown, Kate Moss and Stephen Webster MBE.
Dan Brown has signed copies of The Da Vinci Code and Inferno.
Kate Moss has very kindly signed and donated a copy of her book 'Kate Moss'.
Stephen Webster MBE has donated a beautiful bracelet.
In August musician, photographer and philanthropist Julian Lennon donated an autographed photograph. Julian exhibits his images worldwide and has also founded the White Feather Foundation.
World Number One golfer Rory McIlroy MBE has donated a signed flag from the British Open. 30 Donations reached a new milestone with this donation as it had already received a pair of autographed trainers from the fastest man on the planet.
The Lansdowne Club in Mayfair will offer one lucky couple a tour, plus a glass of champagne each and two signed copies of the renowned book The House in Berkeley Square.
One lucky bidder will have lunch with former Dragons' Den panelist Richard Farleigh. Not only will they have the chance to talk to the highly successful investor they will also receive his notes from the Dragons' Den episode where he made an investment in Reggae Reggae Sauce. A 'Money Can't Buy' experience for any entrepreneur or a fan of the hit TV show.
Belmond has very kindly donated a day trip for two on the British Pullman.
In September donations included a Pink Sapphire Tryst Blossom Bracelet from Theo Fennell and a tour of their flagship store in Chelsea. Knightsbridge Rocks donated a pair of beautiful emerald earrings which raised £600. Woodford Investment Management donated £250 to Haven House. Overall a truly inspiring month.
In October sales of donations at the Haven House Ball generated £7,150.
Peter Jones CBE donated a £150 Red Letter Days gift voucher and a signed book.
Pledges of support made in November have come from set designer Thomas Petherick and BAFTA award winning artist & photographer Alison Jackson.
Donation sales in January 2015 raised £2,500. New donors included theatre impresario Sally Greene OBE and Mayfair based Gentleman's Tonic. Donations included tickets to Billy Elliot the Musical, Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club and luxurious products & treatments.
At the beginning of February award winning Royal photographer Kent Gavin agreed to donate an autographed print and a copy of his latest book.
Philip Treacy, Vidal Sassoon and Grace Belgravia have helped me for a second year in order to support the Haven House ball, which will take place at the Grosvenor House Hotel.
Crabtree & Evelyn have also made a donation in February 2015.
We received a luxury overnight stay at The Pier Hotel, Harwich from Essex based hotelier Paul Milsom. This prize includes dinner and breakfast. Finally we were very grateful to receive a £50 voucher from Berry Bros. & Rudd one of the finest wine merchants in London.
In March 2015 a recommendation from Richard to the Haven House fundraising team resulted in a successful funding application and a contribution of £8,000 from Winton Capital.
Julian Richer very kindly donated a widescreen television and a Blu-ray player.
Turnbull & Asser donated a Casino Royale shirt and a black bow tie.
Donations in April include lunch for two and a bottle of house wine at The Sloane Club.
Wishbone Publishing has kindly donated a signed limited edition print from artist JJ Adams. The VJ Day Kiss is part of the monumentally popular Tattoo Collection.
Nick Jones donated a midweek cabin at the Soho Farmhouse which launches this summer.
Emilio Pucci has donated two limited edition foulards from the Cities of the World collection.
Syco Entertainment donated a pair of 'Money Can't Buy' X Factor Live Show tickets in May. This is a unique opportunity to sit in the audience and be part of the most anticipated & popular entertainment show in the UK.
Grange Hotels donated afternoon tea for two at the 5-Star Grange Holborn Hotel.
Sonia Friedman Productions have given us two tickets to the Olivier Award-Winning Show Sunny Afternoon and a signed poster from the production.
Entrepreneur Peter de Savary made an amazing contribution. He has donated a truly spectacular auction prize. A one week vacation at his home Azzurra Castle in Grenada, West Indies. The house has 4 principal en suite bedroom and 2 secondary en suite bedrooms and can accommodate a maximum of 12 people. Guests will be collected and returned to the airport. The house has a housekeeper, and a cook. Gillian Da Breo, who oversees the property, will be available to advise and assist the guests during their stay so they have the opportunity to appreciate the many interesting features of the island and make recommendations for dining options, excursions, etc. Whilst Azzurra is on the water’s edge with a swimming pool, the guests are entitled to enjoy the beach club “Savvys” at Peter de Savary's exclusive resort hotel Mount Cinnamon Resort and Beach Club on the famed Grand Anse beach only a 10 minute drive away. Spa treatments are available at Mount Cinnamon.
LINLEY donated a Reeded Photo Frame which is handcrafted in American Walnut.
June began with an incredibly generous donation from Michael Craig-Martin. He donated a signed special collectors pack of the Royal Mail 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games Stamps. The set includes the stamp designed by Michael, which can be seen here.
Annoushka Ducas MBE has made the following donation:
"A special evening of champagne and jewellery for you and eleven of your chosen friends with founder Annoushka Ducas and Design Director, Liz Olver.
You will visit Annoushka’s Cadogan Gardens studio, see behind the scenes whilst Liz and Annoushka will talk about jewellery design and demonstrate how an Annoushka design evolves from the initial inspiration to an exquisite piece of jewellery.
Included as part of the evening you will have the opportunity to commission a pair of earrings from our Dusty Diamonds collection in a colour combination of your choice to keep & cherish."
Veteran music photographer Gered Mankowitz has donated a unique lenticular print of Jimi Hendrix. Lenticular printing is a technology in which lenticular lenses (a technology that is also used for 3D displays) are used to produce printed images with an illusion of depth, or the ability to change or move as the image is viewed from different angles. Gered has signed this unique piece and he is including a brief history of the artwork.
Award winning celebrity hairdresser Lee Stafford has donated a Couture Cut. The winning bidder will have their hair cut by Lee Stafford at his spectacular loft apartment in Soho.
Young British designer Joanne Stoker has very kindly donated two pairs of handcrafted shoes. Joanne was spotted and mentored by Jimmy Choo before establishing her own eponymous brand. The brand has now grown and includes a wide variety of contemporary & classically-designed formal, holiday and retro shoes – along with hand-crafted contemporary bags. She has collaborated with numerous designers like Matthew Williamson, Dune and has along the way picked up many awards including the highly prestigious Vogue Talents Award.
We are incredibly grateful to Josh Mclellan who has donated a stunning portrait of Georgia May Jagger. Both Josh and Georgia have signed the print. This is a wonderfully unique piece.
British photographer Amelia Troubridge has donated a portrait of Oscar winning actor Eddie Redmayne OBE. Eddie has very kindly added his autograph to the print. Amelia is a highly respected photographer, so we are delighted to have received her support.
Small Luxury Hotels of the World have donated another 5 day vacation at any of their luxurious boutique hotels. Every one of their 520 small, independent hotels has one thing in common: excellence. They carefully select each one to celebrate their individuality, quirks and character, but also make sure they are of a consistently high standard.
Another rising star in British fashion Phoebe English has supported us by donating a glass necklace and a glass bracelet. Both are limited editions. Phoebe wears similar pieces so she wants the winning bidder to gain pleasure from these donations.
Mayfair Club No.41 donated a membership. No.41 is a stylish and elegant members' nightclub in the heart of London, on Mayfair's esteemed Conduit Street. The club exudes opulence and glamour, with a 21st century twist. It is furnished in rich reds and gold and is complemented by stately works of art and grand chandeliers.
Sir Martin Sorrell and WPP very generously donated £500.
The London Cocktail Club has given us a voucher for a £150 tab, which will make a fantastic prize. "Set in a mischievous house away from home, full of excitement and energy. Innovative cocktails, expertly crafted by our multi award winning bartenders..."
The South Kensington Club has offered us Summer Access and a treatment.
SHOW DRY has donated the following:
Afternoon VIP pampering for 2 friends with SHOW Dry and SHOW Beauty
- Private car to collect ladies and take them to SHOW Dry salon in Notting Hill
- Bubbles on arrival, followed by a hair consultation
- Indulgent hair cleanse and luxury 20 minute treatment mask
- Complimentary bubbles & nibbles
- Luxury blow dry / braid or up - do
- Goodie bag with SHOW Beauty products
- Private car to pick them up.
In August artist Andrew Salgado donated a signed limited edition print.
Celebrity and portrait photographer Nicky Johnston is donating a photo shoot as a star auction prize. It will take place at the home of the winning bidder. Nicky has just been announced as a judge on Britain's Next Top Model and has spent 20 years photographing the rich & famous. His work regularly features in glossy publications. He has worked with stars including Nicole Scherzinger, Dame Helen Mirren and Tony Bennett. The lucky prize winner is guaranteed a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Nicky's celebrity portraits can be viewed here: http://www.nickyjohnston.co.uk
In November Bar20 the newest offering from British business mogul, Robin Birley, owner of Mayfair’s most exclusive private members’ club, Number 5 Hertford Street donated lunch for four with a welcome glass of Prosseco and a bottle of wine.
I'm delighted to announce that I was Highly Commended at the Pride of Essex Awards.
2016 started with a donation from Boodles, Britain's leading retailer of Fine Diamond Jewellery since 1798. They have donated a Circus White Gold Diamond Pendant.
Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club has donated a VIP evening. The legendary Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in London is one of the greatest and most historic jazz clubs in the world, offering the very best in live jazz music. The winning bidder and their guests will be allocated the best seats in the house, enjoy a glass of champagne on arrival, followed by a three-course meal with wine.
The Hippodrome Casino is donating a James Bond experience. Eight lucky people will begin the night with a 'Shaken, not stirred' Vodka Martini followed by a delicious meal in The Heliot Steakhouse. Each guest is entitled to half a bottle of wine to compliment their meal. All guests are invited to a fabulous cabaret performance in The Matcham Room theatre.
Chris Smith has very kindly donated a signed limited edition print of Muhammad Ali play fighting with The Beatles. His career in Sports Photography started at the Observer newspaper in 1970. Six years later he joined the The Sunday Times, where he worked for over thirty years. Chris has won The Sports Photographer of the Year award four times. A similar print raised $11,000 at a charity auction in New York. Metro Imaging has generously provided us with exceptional printing free of charge. All funds raised from the sale of “Ali versus The Beatles” will go directly to Haven House Children's Hospice.
Soho House founder Nick Jones has offered us dinner for two at Electric Cinema and cinema tickets. Yet another terrific prize from one of the Britain's leading entrepreneurs.
In February SASSOON donated another complimentary makeover voucher.
Annoushka Ducas MBE has very generously offered us a wonderful auction prize. One lucky bidder will win the chance to spend £1,000 at one of her boutique jewellery stores.
British retail tycoon and philanthropist Richard Caring has donated dinner for four at The Ivy. The Ivy in Covent Garden is something of an icon on London’s dining scene and a uniquely British institution known throughout the world.
British artist and illustrator Erin Petson is contributing a piece of art to 30 Donations. Erin has achieved international acclaim with her immediately recognisable artworks. Her previous clients include Dior, Vogue, Victoria Beckham, Swarovski, Diane Von Furstenberg, Moncler, Lancome, New York Times, The Guardian, Elle, Penguin and Sunday Times Style. Erin loves to design bespoke pieces for the modern women, her work captures the essence of fashion and femininity bringing an interior to life.
The Sloane Club has kindly offered to donate a Champagne Afternoon Tea experience for four people. The Sloane Club is an exclusive members club in the heart of Chelsea.
Kim Kwang has donated a pair of shoes. Kim gained a MA in Fashion Footwear from Cordwainers College (London College of Fashion), as a Jimmy Choo Scholarship student, and a Graduate Diploma in Fashion (Womenswear) from Central Saint Martins. Prior to London, he studied in Milan at Istituto Marangoni receiving a MA in Fashion Womenswear, as a scholarship student. Before establishing his own brand, Kim Kwang worked alongside Jimmy Choo on the Jimmy Choo Couture Shoe Collection, as a footwear designer.
Artist and print designer Leanne Claxton donated a wonderful scarf. Leanne grew up in Lancashire, moving to London in 2002 to complete a BA degree in textile design at Central Saint Martins. In 2005, she trained in Paris under Christian Lacroix where she discovered haute couture and the relationship between art and fashion. Since graduating, she has worked both in-house and as a freelance print designer for major brands in London, Paris, New York, Hong Kong and Spain. In 2011, she collaborated with fashion designer Johanna Ho to launch her first capsule clothing collection, HO:Claxton. In 2012 she was named ‘Design Star of Tomorrow’ at the Perspective Magazine Awards. Leanne set up her art and print design studio in her native Lancashire at the start of 2015.
Kiki McDonough has contributed a Jewellery Roll. Famous for striking coloured gemstones and wearable designs, Kiki McDonough has become one of the most desirable British jewellery brands in the luxury sector. Kiki began designing in 1985 after recognising an opportunity to offer beautifully designed, timeless jewellery using precious gemstones that broke the conventions of traditional antique jewellery.
Silent & live auction prizes at an Evening With RFU President Jason Leonard OBE raised £5,210. Auction highlights included Usain Bolt's trainers, a signed British Open flag from Rory McIlroy MBE and a print of "Ali versus The Beatles” by Chris Smith.
March has started with a fabulous donation from SHOW DRY. A Complimentary Signature Blow Dry at the Notting Hill blow dry bar - SHOW DRY - as well as a full set of their styling products.
Virgin Atlantic have very generously donated a pair of Economy Class Return Tickets from London to New York. These tickets are bound to be popular with bidders.
Small Luxury Hotels of the World are donating a three night vacation. The lucky bidder can choose between 520 SLH hotels which are located in more than 80 countries.
SYCO Entertainment has very kindly donated a money can’t buy opportunity to enjoy the excitement of watching an X Factor Live Result Show. They invite two guests to sit in the audience and be part of the most anticipated and popular entertainment show in the UK, as contestants battle it out to be crowned The X Factor winner 2016.
In May Emilio Pucci has very kindly donated a beautiful handbag.
Percy Nobleman The Gentleman's Grooming Brand has donated a selection of products for one of our luxury hampers which are star auction prizes.
Richard Desmond, owner and chairman of Northern and Shell plc and Martin Ellice
Group Joint Managing Director have very kindly arranged for the Editor of the Daily Express to have lunch with the highest bidder at the annual Haven House ball in September.
Businessman and West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan made a second very generous donation to Haven House. David has donated £7,000 to Haven House since the inception of 30 Donations. His generosity makes an enormous difference to the lives of all the children and their families who are supported by Haven House. The hospice needs to raise more than £3.6 million pounds each year in order to provide a free service to its beneficiaries. Only 25% is funded by the NHS or local authorities therefore every donor is incredibly important.
In June celebrity photographer and judge on Britain's Next Top Model Nicky Johnston donated a photo shoot. The shoot will take place in the winning bidder's home and can include up to five people. An ideal opportunity to capture the perfect family portrait or a stunning head shot. This is the second year that Nicky has offered us his support.
Iconic shoe designer Manolo Blahnik CBE donated a pair of shoes in July.
Award winning celebrity hairdresser Lee Stafford has been generous enough to support us for a second time by offering one lucky auction bidder a Couture Cut.
Advertising guru Sir John Hegarty has agreed to dine with the highest bidder at the ball.
Belmond (UK) has very kindly supported us again by donating a Day Trip on the Belmond British Pullman train for two people. A truly unforgettable experience.
Auction prize sales raised £21,172 at the Haven House Ball in September 2016.
In 2017 Richard Caring, Virgin Atlantic and the South Kensington Club pledged donations including flights to New York and lunch for four at The Ivy. Celebrity hairdresser Lee Stafford has donated a Couture Cut. Sassoon donated a makeover voucher. The Hippodrome Casino generously donated a meal and cabaret experience for four people.
The Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation kindly donated various luxurious prizes. Commonly referred to as PVH Corp, is an American clothing company which owns brands such as Van Heusen, Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein.
South Kensington Club has given us two full access club passes for one week including access to their Bathhouse. It can be likened to an exclusive country club in the heart of Kensington. Social facilities include the Club Restaurant with a Mediterranean-inspired menu, Club Lounge and cocktail bar, Voyager Room and a south-facing terrace. Wellness facilities include a sky-lit, state-of-the-art gym, fitness studios, juice bar and treatment cabins, as well as their exquisite Bathhouse spa comprising a Turkish hammam, Russian banya and plunge pools, a salt-water Watsu Pool and Tea Library to relax & unwind.
Interior designer Sophie Paterson has very kindly made a donation to Haven House. Sophie runs one of the UK's most successful interior design studios. Sophie Paterson Interiors will also be making a contribution.
Celebrity and portrait photographer Nicky Johnston is donating a photo shoot as a star auction prize for the third year in a row. It will take place at the home of the winning bidder. Nicky is a judge on Britain's Next Top Model and has spent 20 years photographing the rich & famous. Checkout his fabulous photos here:
Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2017 winner Gareth Reid is donating a signed limited edition print. Gareth beat 54 artists from the UK and abroad to win the hit show, which is presented by TV personality and comedian Frank Skinner alongside presenter and journalist Dame Joan Bakewell.
Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club has very kindly donated an Afternoon Tea for two voucher. Located on 200 sprawling acres of immaculately landscaped grounds in the charming town of Ware in Hertfordshire, Hanbury Manor is a stately Jacobean-style hotel which showcases unmatched grandeur, a wealth of 5-star amenities and an 18-hole championship golf course.
Nick Jones MBE has been incredibly generous by donating a cabin for two nights midweek at Soho Farmhouse. It's the second time that Nick has donated this fabulous prize.
Soho Farmhouse is a member’s club in 100 acres of Oxfordshire countryside with 40 cabins, a four-bedroom cottage and a seven-bedroom farm house. Club spaces include the Main Barn and Mill Room for eating and drinking, a Boathouse with outdoor and indoor heated pools, Cowshed Relax spa with Steam and Sauna Island, and Cowshed Active with gym and studio. There is also an Electric Barn cinema, tennis courts, a five-a-side football pitch, horse stables, and a Teeny Barn and Camp.
Sally Greene OBE has been kind enough to offer us an amazing prize. Her ongoing support is greatly appreciated. Sally owns world-famous Soho jazz club, Ronnie Scott's. The prize is a VIP evening for four people which should attract a lot of bids.
Multi-millionaire Simon Dolan has very kindly offered to dine with the highest bidder at an upcoming event. The winning bidder will sit next to Simon at the annual Haven House Ball. Simon sold his business SJD Accountancy for more than £100million. As an avid investor and a racing enthusiast Simon will be the perfect dinner guest.
Hotelier Robert Nadler has offered to support two of our events by donating deluxe rooms at his hotels in Soho and Victoria in central London. Nadler Hotels offer luxurious rooms located in vibrant cities with a 5-star service all at affordable prices.
Sales of luxury auction prizes at the Market People Charity Fashion Gala raised £3,175. Prizes included the opportunity to dine with multi-millionaire Simon Dolan at the annual Haven House Ball in October. One lucky bidder paid £1,600 for this unique opportunity.
Lady Petchey has very generously donated her time and skills as a Royal Sculptor. Bidders will get a chance to spend a day with Frances Segelman, fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and associate of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. Frances has sculpted royalty including Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Prince of Wales. She has also sculpted a number of well-known celebrity personalities including most recently Joanna Lumley OBE.
The Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation has been incredibly generous by making another donation of luxury handbags from Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein.
SASSOON donated a cut & colour voucher. Their ongoing support is greatly appreciated.
We are very fortunate to have received a donation from Strathberry. They very kindly donated The Strathberry Midi Tote - Black. Strathberry is an Edinburgh based luxury label, founded in 2013. They create leather goods, handcrafted in Spain by the finest artisans, using high quality materials.
Iconic designer Manolo Blahnik has donated a pair of Rihanna x Manolo Blahnik Rih-vi’s. The winning bidder can go to the Manolo Blahnik's Burlington Arcade store and choose either a light or dark blue pair in their correct size. Mr Blahnik will sign those shoes. The shoes are a product of a creative collaboration between Manolo Blahnik and Global superstar, Grammy Award®-winner and multi-platinum selling artist, Rihanna.
Kiki McDonough has been incredibly generous by donating a pair of Grace Citrine Stud Earrings. One of Kiki’s most popular styles, these simple and delicate earrings can be worn everyday. Each earring features a round citrine gemstone surrounded by small diamonds set in 18ct gold and can be paired with matching Grace pendants and rings. Kiki McDonough is a British jewellery designer. She owns a shop off Sloane Square in Chelsea, and her jewellery is in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in Kensington.
Artist and print designer Leanne Claxton has donated another wonderful scarf.
I'm very grateful to Christian Louboutin for donating a Men’s Panettone Wallet. Louboutin sells more than five hundred thousand pairs of shoes a year. The sole of each of his shoes is lacquered in a vivid, glossy red. He has become an iconic fashion designer.
The Jones Family Project very kindly donated a £100 voucher to spend on either food or drinks. This unique family business serves international-inspired meat & steak dishes in a sleek basement restaurant with a funky upstairs bar.
Icelandic born artist Kristjana S Williams has been extraordinarily generous and donated an A1 Gull Fiskar print. Kristjana studied graphic design and illustration at Central St Martins and quickly gained critical acclaim as Creative Director of Beyond the Valley for 8 years. In 2011, Kristjana S Williams began creating fine art pieces, art prints, furniture and more. Kristjana’s inspiration lies heavily with layering nature upon nature and ‘the symmetry in all things living’, which stems from the artist’s childhood in Iceland. Her work has become well known throughout the industry winning numerous awards including a D&AD award, Clio Award and a first prize at New York Festivals Grand Prix. www.kristjanaswilliams.com
An article published by Look Magazine about 30 Donations and my passion for fundraising.
We are most grateful to all of the donors. Their generosity is truly astounding!
Here are just a few examples of auction & raffle prizes:
One Guest Day Pass to Grace Belgravia.
Tea for two at the London Hilton on Park Lane.
A pair of Edie Python Print Pumps from Jemima Vine.
A limited edition print from photographer David Yarrow.
A £150 gift card redeemable at any Hawksmoor restaurant.
A five night luxury vacation from Small Luxury Hotels of the World.
A children's book signed by its author England footballer Frank Lampard.
£200 gift voucher to spend in the online store of designer shoe brand Chelsea Paris.
£150 to spend at Dean Street Townhouse in Soho from Nick Jones founder of Soho House.