On Friday 10th May we held our annual charity lunch at Watford Football Club in support of the Oli Mills Foundation (OMF) and the Teenage Cancer Trust. Clients, friends and colleagues joined us for a fun packed afternoon of great food and entertainment from Russ Williams and comedian Adam Bloom.
The afternoon raised almost £26,000 for the charity. Alex Bottom, Managing Principal at Hillier Hopkins said “We are extremely grateful to everyone who helped raise this incredible amount. To all the companies that donated auction and raffle prizes, and to everyone who took part on the day, your generosity will enable Teenage Cancer Trust to help many more of the teenagers diagnosed with cancer every day.”
Eddie Mills, founder of the OMF and Oli Mills’ brother gave an extremely heartfelt and moving speech about losing his brother to a brain tumour at the age of just 18 years old and the incredible work that Teenage Cancer Trust do in order to support and make a difference to teenagers with cancer.
Eddie Mills said: “Everyone at the Oli Mills Foundation was thrilled to be part of such an inspiring event. The total raised in Oli’s memory on the day was truly mind-blowing and will make a huge difference to Teenage Cancer Trust as they continue to provide care and treatment to teenagers with cancer across the UK. Huge thanks to everyone who supported.”