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Eventmasters help raise funds for Blues' charitable partners

During the 2019 Player Awards celebrations, Eventmasters helped raise a total of £1,500

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Eventmasters drop by St. Andrew's Trillion Trophy Stadium to deliver some good news for the Geoff Horsfield Foundation and Birmingham & Solihull Women’s Aid.

Eventmasters are one of the UK’s leading providers of corporate hospitality, supporting the Birmingham City Player Awards and Club's charitable partners, since 2017.  During the 2019 Player Awards celebrations, Eventmasters helped raise a total of £1,500, which was then split equally between The Geoff Horsfield Foundation and Birmingham & Solihull Women’s Aid, who received £750 each.

The Geoff Horsfield Foundation started in 2016 and aims to provide a measurable service with a sustainable impact on homelessness, vulnerability and its echo effect on the local community. The Foundation prides itself on providing quality, safe and secure housing accommodation for vulnerable adults who have fallen through the current support network.

Birmingham and Solihull Women’s Aid supports women and children affected by domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, FGM or forced marriage.

Geoff Horsfield, Founder of The Geoff Horsfield Foundation-
“Great thank you to Eventmasters and BCFC for raising the monies as well as awareness for the Geoff Horsfield Foundation.”

Denise Sheasby, Managing Director of Eventmasters-
“Our third year of fund raising at the BCFC Awards, and the best one yet! Great thank you to all the Blues fans and their Support. KRO.”

Maureen Connolly, Birmingham and Solihull Women’s Aid-
“Our partnership with BCFC Women’s Team has been an absolute pleasure and many of the team members have been fantastic at meeting with women and children in our services, playing football in the refuge garden with the children, helping out at the charity shops and fundraising at their games. We were delighted to be one of the recipients from the Annual BCFC fundraiser and to receive £750 makes a fantastic contribution to our services for women and children affected by domestic abuse.”

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