Harry's ball enables HHHO to go through its £1 millionth of giving

March saw HHHO put on its 7th annual charity ball. The event is organised to celebrate with its wonderful supporters the impact the charity has had thanks to everyone’s support for the previous year.

Joined by over 500 guests at Edgbaston stadium, the night offered bags of entertainment with performances from Solihull Pop Choir, The Chip Shop Boys band, Comedian Kev Orkian and more.

Following a speech from Professor Andrew Peet and a further cheque presentation of £18,000 from the trustees, Georgie made a surprise performance as one of our guests handed over a pound hidden under a chair to Professor Peet, which took the charity over its £1 millionth of giving.

Georgie burst in to song singing ‘a million dreams’ from The Greatest Showman which saw trustees, ambassadors, staff and a solo performance from a member of the choir.

Georgie said “as well as helping families on a daily basis from our Drop in Cancer Support Centre, to have gone through our £1 millionth of giving is truly a memorable day for myself and the team here at HHHO. We all work so hard to keep Harry’s vision alive and it was truly lovely to see one of our supporters hand over that £1 millionth – after all, we appreciate our supporter’s every single day and without them the vision would not be a reality. No one would receive the lifeline of support and for that I will always be truly grateful”.