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Eton College fundraising concert

Published on 08 December 2017 04:38 PM

Age UK Westminster would like to say a big thank you to the Eton music students and staff, who coordinated and performed in our recent fundraising concert Through the Ages.  We were delighted to host such a brilliant evening of diverse performances, which showcased the talent of so many Eton students.

Age UK Westminster would like to say a big thank you to the Eton music students and staff, who coordinated and performed in our recent fundraising concert Through the Ages.  We were delighted to host such a brilliant evening of diverse performances, which showcased the talent of so many Eton students. 

The concert was a huge success, drawing an audience of 150 and raising £2,481 for our organisation. This money will help to fund our Christmas lunch project, which provides hot meals and gifts for over 300 lonely, older people on Christmas Day. This project is very special to us, as a lot of our clients find the holidays incredibly isolating.

We would particularly like to thank Adam Mombru for being the driving force behind the concert, David Goode and Edward Yeo for supporting and organising the performers, Provost Lord Waldegrave for endorsing the concert and Eton College for their marketing and organisational support. 

We understand that everyone who contributed to the concert was navigating incredibly busy schedules, so we really appreciate the time and effort that you put into this event.

It was a pleasure collaborating with Eton College staff and students on this project and we hope that this will be the beginning of a long friendship with the college.

Eton College fundraising concert

The concert was a huge success, drawing an audience of 150 and raising £2,481 for our organisation. This money will help to fund our Christmas lunch project, which provides hot meals and gifts for over 300 lonely, older people on Christmas Day. This project is very special to us, as a lot of our clients find the holidays incredibly isolating. 
We would particularly like to thank Adam Mombru for being the driving force behind the concert, David Goode and Edward Yeo for supporting and organising the performers, Provost Lord Waldegrave for endorsing the concert and Eton College for their marketing and organisational support. 

We understand that everyone who contributed to the concert was navigating incredibly busy schedules, so we really appreciate the time and effort that you put into this event. 
It was a pleasure collaborating with Eton College staff and students on this project and we hope that this will be the beginning of a long friendship with the college.