Magical night of fundraising at WellChild Awards Launch

Posted on the 29th March 2017

This year’s WellChild Awards, in association with GSK, launched in style with a magical evening of fundraising at The Magic Circle in London last Thursday, raising over £100,000 to help seriously ill children and young people across the UK.

WellChild supporters gathered at the secretive and enchanting venue to watch performances by funny man and impressionist Jon Culshaw, followed by magic from Gold Star magician Katherine Rhodes and street magician TROY.

Hosted by long time WellChild supporter Gaby Roslin, The fundraising event marked the launch of nominations for the 2017 WellChild Awards, which will be held in London later this year. You can view pictures from the night here.

Submit your WellChild Award nominations today

Do you know a seriously ill child or young person who is defying the odds? Or a health professional who goes above and beyond for the children in their care? This is your chance to recognise their achievements and give them a night they will never forget.

The WellChild Awards, in association with GSK, is a prestigious annual event, regularly attended by WellChild Patron Prince Harry celebrating the inspirational qualities of the UK’s seriously ill children and young people and the dedication of those who go that extra mile to make a real difference to their lives – from doctors and nurses, to brothers, sisters and friends.

The closing date for nominations for the 2017 WellChild Awards is 1st May 2017.

Nominate someone for a WellChild Award!

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