I have been friends with Maggie Oliver for a few years now. Regularly attending her charity events for The Maggie Oliver fund raisers and helping out where I can with art donations. I like to think I am one of the many champions for her foundation.
At the last Survivors Ball held at Hotel Football, I arrived early to gift my unique to TMOF artwork ready to be set up for the night, but also Maggie gave an amazing interview for my up and coming documentary to my film crew.
TMOF end of year gala dinner has become one of my favourite events to attend as I am really comfortable around Maggie and the team. Unfortunately they won’t be having one this year which I was abit gutted about as I always like to create a piece of art to donate and do my bit to help and support the amazing work the foundation does.
Maggie contacted me a couple of weeks back to let me know that Michaela Wain will be supporting TMOF and having an auction for it at her ‘Women in Construction Awards’ evening in London. Michaela was a finalist in the BBC’s The Apprentice, ambassador for women in construction and owner of 5 construction related companies.
I was more than happy to create a customised piece of art to celebrate the the topic of the night and donate it for auction to continue my support of my good friend and the Foundation.
The Awards was held at the beautiful De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, London on Friday and from the photos I have seen it looked stunning.
I am happy to say that my artwork sold for £850 which will all be going to TMOF.
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