All of us here at Harmless and The Tomorrow Project would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who has supported us, and who came along to our celebration event. The evening was a huge success and one we will remember. We were able to raise over £2000 for our support services! It was a truly amazing evening from the outset and throughout and we all went away feeling incredibly humbled by the reactions and positivity of those in attendance.
We were supported by so many individuals and businesses and we can’t express our gratitude for that support enough.
On the night we showed our new film called ‘This Time’, you can see this below:
On the night we heard from Faye & Robert who are a mother and son who shared their stories and experiences with Harmless and the Tomorrow Project. We would like to extend a huge thank you to them both for agreeing to do so and for showing incredible bravery in standing up and sharing their journey.
We would like to thank Thomas Griffiths, our wonderful photographer who has supported us at many events over the past 3 years. Being able to look back on those moments you captured means a great deal to us.
Thank you to Joey Collins. You really made the evening incredibly special with your fantastic live music sets and DJ set. We are all really grateful for your help and support in stepping in at late notice.
Thank you for Wes at Ruddington Grange for all the support in the lead up to the event!! You and your team were amazing and really looked after us!!!
And to all of the businesses (big and small!) who supported us with raffle and auction prizes, we would like to extend a big thank you. Your support really does make a difference and means that through the raffle and auction, we are able to raise vital funds to keep our services running to continue to save lives. These also include Pij Inc, who supplied beautifully made framed pictures that were displayed on the tables with messages of hope. Also to Ruby Lou who baked some delicious cookies for each of our guests on the night.
All of your support means that the 3,500 individuals we have provided with face to face support so far can keep growing for years and years to come, and ultimately be able to save more lives.
Next year, our celebration event will take place on Saturday 26th September 2020, so please save the date!
It was a magical evening and one we won’t forget. Thank you.
The Harmless team