Vote every day and help Anna’s Hope Win a House worth £250,000

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We are delighted to announce that Anna’s Hope has  reached the final of Persimmon Homes Charity Give Away. As part of Persimmon Homes 40th Birthday they will donate a brand new house worth £250,000 to the charity who gets the most votes.

Over 3500 charities entered and we are down to the last 24. It  is  now open to the public on line vote so we need lots and lots of people voting for us.

If we win then it will mean that we will  reach our £1million target. This will  fund the Anna’s Hope Therapy Team which will help set up and support  the First Rehabilitation Service in the UK for Children with Brain Tumours at Addenbroookes Hospital.

PLEASE VOTE AS OFTEN AS YOU CAN. You can vote once everyday and voting ends on 20th September.  To vote simply click here


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Only one vote from your office per day counts so please use your computer at home or smart phone.
Thank you for your help and thank you for helping  us  give hope and make a difference for children and young people with brain tumours.
For more information about Persimmon Homes Charity give away please click here

Fairy Ball raises £20,000 for Anna’s Hope

Fairy Ball 2010

The fourth annual Fairy Ball held in aid of Anna’s Hope was held at the Haycock Hotel, Wansford, on May 15th. Over £20,000 was raised with over 200 people attending the dinner and dance event.

Special performances of the night included fairy statues from Stamford’s Jem’s Hip Hop dance school, plus international harpist Eleanor Turner and Rhiannon Douty and Angus McPheee singing on the night.

Rob and Carole Hughes... and fairies!

“Local sponsors and guests were very generous and every penny will go directly to support children and young people diagnosed with a brain tumour,” said AH co-founder Carole Hughes. “Thank you to everybody who came on the night.”

Click here to see more photos from the event (photos by Dr Rock Photography (Nigel Hume)).