Panto audience raise over £3,000 for charity

By 15 January 2018Uncategorised
Back in December 2016, during our run of Dick Whittington at Fruit, we collected money on the door for two Hull charities doing important work in the city: The Warren Young People’s Project and Hull Help for Refugees. 

It was the first time we’d run a fundraising campaign during our alternative pantomime and we were thrilled to see our wonderful audience raise £1,757.58, to be shared between the two organisations.

Encouraged by your generosity we did the same again during Cinderella last month and are pleased to say you absolutely smashed the previous year’s total, this time raising a fantastic £3,140.39

That money will be shared between Hull Homeless Community Project and Hull Red, a charity that organises social events for adults with learning disabilities. 

Thank you so to much to everybody who came to see Cinderella and also helped to support these two charities, your kindness is hugely appreciated!