On Friday night a celebrity packed, glitzy ball was held at Glasgow’s Radisson Blu hotel to help raise vital funds for RAFT’s research.
This glamorous ball was aimed to highlight the dangers associated with sun-bed tans and to educate people on sun awareness – all part of Fake Bake’s Save Your Skin Campaign.
The event attracted celebrities such as Peter Andre, Amy Childs and Michelle Heaton and RAFT was also delighted to see Katie Piper showing her support there too.
RAFT’s CEO Leonor Stjepic, along with fellow colleagues Amanda Bailey, Kate Chaundry and Khwaja Islam were delighted to attend the event and were touched to see so many people in attendance.
“RAFT was thrilled to be invited to be part of this very special evening and we were delighted to be one of the selected charities to benefit from the occasion. RAFT is an independent medical research charity and we depend entirely on support such as this. Funds donated from the evening will enable RAFT’s dedicated team of surgeons of scientists to get improved treatment to patients, who have suffered major traumas to their skin, in the quickest possible time”.
After everyone enjoyed a lavish four course meal, a raffle, silent auction and auction took place to raise as much as possible for our vital research into skin cancer.
RAFT would like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to Fake Bake’s CEO Sandra McClumpha for so generously selecting RAFT as her chosen charity for this event and for all her ongoing support.