As a registered charity that connects over 15,000 young people and adults to a world of music and performance through our education, community and talent development projects with the support of generous donations, THSH understands the importance of supporting partner organisations across the city in their fundraising efforts.
Earlier this week, BBC West Midlands 95.6FM raised £150 when they auctioned off tickets for Stick Man at Town Hall and a further £200 when they auctioned off the chance to meet Katherine Jenkins ahead of her Christmas Show at Symphony Hall.
Last night, Director of Sales and Marketing Richard Loftus attended Love Brum’s Curry King of Birmingham with friends from media agency, Media Com.
LoveBrum, a project dedicated to unearthing hidden projects across the city, is the brains behind this black tie ball with a difference. LoveBrum supports the ‘hard-to-reach’ projects; those causes that are not well profiled and do not receive the platform or funding that they deserve.
All the money raised at last night’s Curry King of Birmingham event goes towards LoveBrum’s efforts to continue to support hidden gem projects across the city.
Director of Sales and Marketing at THSH Richard Loftus with Managing Director of Elonex Adam Stockton.
To find out how you can support some of THSH’s work with young people and adults in your city, visit thsh.co.uk/join-and-support