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Bradley Hall Welcomes Sponsors to its Annual Festive Fundraiser
Full-service property specialist, Bradley Hall is set to host its largest annual festive fundraiser with the aim of raising £75,000 for local charities. The event, which will host 700 guests at The Fed, Gateshead, has announced key sponsors – The Inn Collection Group, Smart Vision Screens, Smart Outdoor, Strata and Portfolio North.
Since the launch of its annual fundraiser Bradley Hall has raised and donated over £200,000 for local charities, community action projects and grassroot sports clubs. The firm has contributed to helping over 30 different regional charities and sporting groups including; NE Youth, Marie Curie Newcastle’s Hospice, Heel & Toe Children’s Charity, Morpeth Rugby Club, ABF The Soldier’s Charity, Glendale Agricultural Society, as well as local food and toy banks across the region.
Cassie Moyse, group marketing director at Bradley Hall said; “The Fed is a brilliant venue to host such a big event, and is fully equipped with high-quality and sizeable screens as well as plenty of space to promote sponsors throughout our fundraiser.
“As we’re hosting 700 guests, it seemed like a good idea to offer the opportunity for businesses to be subtly promoted directly to a captive audience of the region’s leading organisations and business leaders. We’ve developed packages which include fantastic exposure before, during and after the event which have proven extremely popular and were snapped up within a day of launching.
“I would like to thank our sponsors and everyone who has supported the fundraiser by donating prizes and purchasing tables so far. We’re extremely appreciative of the support.”
This year, Bradley Hall’s festive fundraiser will be held at the Fed in Gateshead and is in aid of supporting three local charities: Marie Curie Newcastle’s Hospice, Heel & Toe Children’s Charity, and NE Youth. The event is set to be the firm’s biggest yet, hosting 700 guests for an afternoon of entertainment from Bingo Loco, generous auction prizes and a raffle which dozens of local businesses have donated prizes to.
Neil Hart, group CEO at Bradley Hall said: “This year’s festive fundraiser will be bigger and better than any of the events we have ran before, and the team is very excited to raise £75,000 for worthy local charities.
“As a firm we aim to support local economy, business, and communities with a full-service approach to residential and commercial property. Our vision is to work together with key organisations and people to make the North a consistently better place to live, work and socialise – which is at the very heart of why we began hosting the festive fundraiser.
“Being able to give back to three very important local charities such as Marie Curie’s Newcastle Hospice, Heel & Toe, and NE Youth is something we are very proud of, and we would like to thank our guests and business partners who have purchased tables and the local businesses which have donated prizes.
“We would also like to thank our sponsors of this year’s fundraiser. Having firms such as The Inn Collection Group, Smart Vision, Smart Outdoor and Strata onboard will allow us to raise even more funds for these deserving charities in exchange for some excellent exposure for the businesses.”
The Inn Collection Group has been supporting NE Youth, a leading North East youth development charity since 2019; owing to this, the pub with rooms group were keen to support them further through a partnership of Bradley Hall’s festive fundraiser.
Sean Donkin, The Inn Collection Group managing director and NE Youth trustee said: “We’re delighted to be supporting Bradley Hall’s Festive Fundraiser this year and are looking forward to what we know is a great event.
“Supporting our local communities is hugely important to us and these two charities do brilliant work in the North East, so becoming the Partner Sponsor is a good fit for us.”
Jon Niblo, chief executive at NE Youth said: “At NE Youth we place great value on our relationship with our corporate sponsors such as The Inn Collection Group and therefore we are delighted to be involved in the Bradley Hall’s festive fundraiser this year. Huge thanks to all attending the event and to all who donate to our charity and the other worthy charities, Marie Curie Newcastle’s Hospice and Heel & Toe Children’s charity.”
Peter Bartley, Bradley Hall’s group director and trustee for Heel & Toe Children’s Charity said: “Heel & Toe is an independent local charity which completely relies on donations to provide much needed therapy for children with disabilities. We have been working with Heel & Toe for many years and I am so pleased that we are able to continue supporting them, as well as the other charities such as Marie Curie Newcastle’s Hospice and NE Youth at this year’s festive fundraiser.”
Smart Media Group, a firm of digital out-of-home advertising specialists is also sponsoring Bradley Hall’s festive fundraiser this year. CEO of Smart Media Group, Mark Catterall said; “Smart Media Group is proud to be involved in supporting local charities, as well as to be participating in an event as well known as Bradley Hall annual festive fundraiser.
“I am delighted to be launching Smart Vision Screens by donating a £20,000 screen as an auction prize to this year’s fundraiser. Smart Outdoor is also donating an auction campaign worth £20,000 to run across all screens which I hope will make a great contribution to the overall funds raised for such deserving charities on the day.”
The final sponsor at Bradley Hall’s festive fundraiser is Strata, a contemporary new home builder with developments across Yorkshire and the Midlands.
Gemma Smith, managing director of Strata said: “We are delighted to be sponsoring Bradley Hall’s sixth festive fundraiser to raise money for some amazing charities. I am sure the event will be one to remember and will raise a great sum to help some of those most in need.”
Bradley Hall’s annual festive fundraiser is set to be one of the biggest events in the North East this year. To enquire about how to donate prizes or for table information please contact Jordan Bowler, firstname.lastname@example.org