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Aug 3, 2018, 1:13:00 PM
Highgate House, Northamptonshire

Highgate House in Northamptonshire has raised £559 for its Charity of the Year, the Northampton Hope Centre.

On Friday 27th July, 250 people gathered at Highgate House’s popular outdoor cinema event to watch The Greatest Showman and showed their support for the local charity by purchasing raffle tickets for the prize draw.

A large number of local businesses generously donated prizes for the raffle including Catanger Llamas, Santa Pod Raceway, the Royal & Derngate, Coton Manor Gardens and Northampton Town FC, plus many more.

Tanya Haji-Miller, Community Fundraiser at the Hope Centre, commented:

“On behalf of everyone at the Hope Centre, I would like to offer our sincere thanks to Highgate House and the attendees of the cinema event for the raffle money donation of £559. This will enable us to continue supporting vulnerable individuals living in Northampton and will go towards services such as our Hope Food Club, the Pathways to Independence programme and our Day Centre.”

Paul Williams, General Manager at Highgate House, said:

We’re really pleased to have been able to raise so much money at our prize raffle and would like to thank everyone who bought tickets on the evening and to all the fantastic businesses who made donations. By doing so, you have supported a fantastic charity who really go the extra mile to help homeless and vulnerable people in Northampton, and we’re really proud to be supporting them this year.”