Steve Gubbins Charity Event

Steve Gubbins has just attended the Sensational Spring Ball charity event in London, held for The Children’s Trust at Tadworth Court and has received a mention in the April edition of the magazine “So Surrey” (see page 36!)  This annual Charity Event helps to raise money to enhance the lives of some of the UK’s most severely disabled children.  Two of Steve Gubbins’ framed portraits were donated as part of the silent auction held on the evening, and helped to raise over £13,000 for the charity.

The Children’s Trust at Tadworth provides services that are specifically tailored to meet the needs of children who have profound and multiple learning disabilities. These services include rehabilitation, education, specialist nursing care, supporting families and providing short breaks for children and young people with complex needs. Find out more about The Children’s Trust at Tadworth Court.

Steve Gubbins is a survivor of cancer and this has given him a very special interested in helping to raise funds for charity.  He has his own personal goal to help raise £200,000 for charity and has so far raised £160,000.  Steve will be donating more prizes at upcoming events, including his Family Portrait sessions, Make-over and Style session with a portrait and in addition to this some of his Abstract Photography.

There are four more charity events the Children’s Trust will be holding this year to raise much needed funds and Steve will be supporting them all, these events include:

  • Mad Hatters Ball – 23rd May 2012
  • Race Night at Sandown Park – 18th July 2012
  • House of Commons Dinner – 5th October 2012
  • Construction Dinner – 9th November 2012

If you are able to support any of these events by attending, they will be advertised on the Children’s Trust website.

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