I have been lucky enough to be involved with some fantastic Charities & Fundraisers over the years by Compering & Hosting their Events and think that they need some recognition for the tireless work they all do too.

Please have a read below about their causes and support them if possible.


My closest charity that I will support til the end is Help Harry Help Others.

Young Harry Moseley inspired so many people by raising money and awareness through making and selling bracelets whilst terminally ill at the same time as travelling around visiting schools and businesses giving talks too.

Simply a beautiful boy who touched so many. His Mom, Georgina Moseley, whom I class like a Sister now, created this fantastic charity and keeps Harry’s dream alive.

There’s nothing I wouldn’t do for this Charity so would love you all to support them too www.hhho.org.uk


I am so proud to be part of this Charity – Lillian Goodfellow Group Of Friends.

A really great group of ladies have all come together over the last 19 years and raised in excess of £390,000 for Marie Curie Cancer and Animals Asia in various events such as Ladies Days, Pink Balls, Walks, Runs … you name it, they’ve done it.

Julie Lonergan, Jo Hayward, Debra Wyatt, Vanessa Platt and Christina Jacobs – you are just so easy to work with and it’s a pleasure helping you with your events. Oh yes … we also have so many laughs along the way xxx


What a fantastic group of people … more like a Community.

Get Your Belly Out are a really close knit group of people that really are there for each other as they all suffer from Crohns & Collitis – a really dehabilitating disease.

The organisers – Lorna Haymes, Victoria Marie and Gemma Willingham work so hard and as volunteers to make sure that this Community are looked after and each year organise the GYBO Ball. I hosted the very first one and was blown away with the ‘togetherness’ of the group.

Ladies – you do an absolutely fantastic job and I so enjoy being part of the Charity with you xx


This is close to my heart as it is my friend’s Son that has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy – little Jack Gauder.

Each year Jack’s parents – Matt & Emma Gauder do whatever they can to raise funds and awareness of the condition and are so strong for their Son.

The last few years I have hosted their event and we have raised £10,000 in one night on the first event and topped that on the next one with £11,000 … just incredible support from all of their friends & Family.

So humbled to be able to help them in their quest and also to give a little back to Jack.

Follow them on Facebook and keep up to date with their journey.