Curtis Moore Adds Sparkling Support to Charity Lunch

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Curtis Moore Adds Sparkling Support to Charity Lunch

Earring winner Laura Reid with Yvonne Devlin

Roofing and cladding contractor Curtis Moore helped add sparkle to a charity lunch recently.

The company sponsored the Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland (SBH Scotland) annual Ladies who give an F* lunch with an interactive dinner game, offering guests the chance to win a pair of diamond earrings.

The afternoon fundraiser was part of SBH Scotland’s Honorary Patron Gordon Ramsay’s appeal where F is for Fundraising. This year’s event raised more than £21,000 for the charity, which supports families with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus with a range of specialist services across the country.

Yvonne Devlin, Financial Director and owner of Curtis Moore, said: “Curtis Moore has been involved in fundraising for SBH Scotland for more than 10 years. This year we wanted to do something a little different, and we were excited to add this bit of sparkle to the Ladies who give an F lunch, as it’s always a fabulous day out that we all enjoy.”

The event, held at Glasgow’s Radisson Blu Hotel, was a traditional ladies’ lunch combining live entertainment, games and surprises. Singing troop Rock Choir opened the day, while SBH Scotland ambassador and celebrity interior designer John Amabile hosted the festivities. Singer Edward Reid, who shot to fame singing nursery rhymes on Britain’s Got Talent, rounded off the entertainment line-up to get the ladies on the dance floor.

Deborah Roe, fundraising director at SBH Scotland, said: “As a charity that relies solely on donations, sponsors like Curtis Moore are vital to enabling us to keep offering our services to those families that need our support. We’re incredibly grateful to Yvonne and her company for their continued generous support and everyone who attended and donated to the Lunch.”

SBH Scotland offers a lifetime commitment of support and information to all those in Scotland affected by the life-long, complex disabilities of spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus. The charity needs to raise £1m every year to continue the crucial services it provides to more than 3,500 people in Scotland.

For more information on SBH Scotland call 03455 211 600 or visit their website here.

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