Luxurious and supercar retailer HR Owen has raised over £55,000 for youngsters’s coronary heart charity Chain of Hope with their first ever charity shoot.
Held at The Royal Berkshire Taking pictures College, the occasion included a lunch, two hours of clay pigeon taking pictures and a headline charity public sale hosted by Grasp Auctioneer, Lord Jeffrey Archer
In complete, £35,000 was raised on the occasion, with HR Owen Group including an additional £20,000 donation.
HR Owen chief executive Ken Choo mentioned: “For a few years HR Owen has been an ideal supporter of Chain of Hope, sharing their unbelievable life-saving work with our clients and serving to to lift important funds for youngsters all around the world.
“As soon as once more, the generosity of our clients leaves us extremely humbled, elevating £35,000 through the course of our first ever charity shoot day.
“To that unbelievable quantity the HR Owen Group provides an additional £20,000, bringing Chain of Hope previous the magic £50,000-mark and past, which permits them to finish one ‘mission’, delivering life-saving remedy to 12 younger youngsters with out entry to specialist cardiac specialists.”
Among the many gadgets auctioned on the charity occasion have been a chauffeur pushed day in London courtesy of Rolls-Royce, an Aston Martin driving expertise day at Millbrook Proving Floor and a weekend with the brand new Ferrari Roma.
Bidders additionally vied for a 4-Ball at The Grove – one of many UK’s most prestigious golf programs, an expertise for 2 at esteemed gunsmith Perazzi’s UK showroom in London, taking in a clay shoot and a bespoke gun match, and an in a single day keep and dinner on the Lygon Arms within the coronary heart of the Cotswolds.
Chain of Hope communications supervisor Oroyo Eubanks mentioned: “Chain of Hope is extraordinarily happy with the partnership we take pleasure in with HR Owen.
“This charity shoot has raised an unbelievable quantity, sufficient to ship our specialist volunteer medical crew abroad for per week to hold out coronary heart operations on as many as 12 youngsters affected by coronary heart illness.
“An enormous thanks to all of the donors who so generously gave to assist the charity attain extra of those youngsters. Thanks for serving to to fix little hearts.”