Cash For Kids Charity Ball

Cash For Kids Charity Ball

06 Jul

By Clarissa Hearn

Hundreds of people packed into Oldwalls in Gower in Swansea on the evening of July 5th for this year's The Wave and Swansea Sound Cash For Kids Charity Ball sponsored by Harris Brothers – Team Protyre.

The Mary Poppins-themed event was a massive hit, with £14,000 raised on the night through raffles, games and an extensive auction in which Harris Brother – Team Protyre donated an F1 grandstand race day in association with Pirelli. With special guests Into The Ark (The Voice UK 2017 finalists), Simon Webbe (ex-Blue) and London based band ‘Who’s Molly?’ to top off the night, the whole event was hugely successful.

This year, the money will go towards the running costs of the NSPCC’s Swansea centre Ty Findlay from which we heard emotional stories of success with clients from the staff that worked there.

With the charity event in its fourteenth year, Harris Brothers – Team Protyre has been there all the way. Together we’ve helped raise almost £600,000 for local charities and individual cases supporting local children and children’s charities to date.

This sponsorship has enabled us along with various other sponsors and organises The Wave and Swansea Sound to help hundreds of children in the local area to support even more children in need.
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Clarissa Hearn

Clarissa is the Marketing Communications Executive for Protyre. Managing Protyre’s social media, PR and events keeping up to date on the latest automotive news and activities across the UK.  

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