Rockinghorse becomes the official charity partner of Dynamic Business Awards
We are proud to have been chosen as the charity partner for Platinum Media Group’s premier women’s business awards in Sussex.
We are really excited about being chosen as charity partner by Platinum Media Group for these wonderful awards, helping to promote the role of women in business throughout Sussex.
Donna Holland, our CEO, said: “We are so proud to be the chosen charity of the Dynamic Business Awards – celebrating the incredible women of Sussex and the difference they make every day. As a team of all women, we know how important it is to celebrate the success and the remarkable achievements of the female business community”
As part of this new partnership, we are offering a wonderful prize at the awards. Donna said: “With the support of Fal and Gresham, of Gresham Blake, we are proud to be offering an incredible prize to the nominees of the Dynamic Business Awards. Fal and Gresham are generously donating a women’s bespoke two-piece suit with a bespoke lining and a custom shirt – and we can’t thank them enough for this.”
Gresham Blake is a design-led tailoring business and ready to wear clothing brand, creating bespoke, made to measure and limited-edition luxury clothing, shoes, and accessories. Over the years they have seen a huge increase in demand for women’s tailoring which has led us to produce many empowering, glamorous and elegant garments.
Gresham and his wife, Fal, launched the Gresham Blake brand in Brighton at the height of ‘cool Britannia’ in 2000. Since then, Gresham’s eye-catching creations for high profile clients including Ray Winstone, Steve Coogan, Zoe Ball, Davina McCall, Laura Whitmore and Rag’n’Bone Man have brought him fashion industry recognition and an ever-growing army of customers attracted by his signature combination of quality garments with a quirky twist.
Fal said: “We are really happy to be involved with such a well-respected and worthwhile charity like Rockinghorse. Our daughter had to stay at the Children’s Hospital once, and the experience was obviously difficult, but the staff made it so much more bearable. We need to give our children the care and security they need at a young age so they can carry it through to adulthood.”
A charity partnership like this is vital to us so that we can continue supporting thousands of children and young people throughout Sussex.
Along with raising funds for vital medical equipment for hospitals throughout the county, we are currently asking our supporters to donate to a range of projects helping children with mental health issues, meaning that they can reduce stress, feel more connected to their peers, and improve their overall mental health and wellbeing.
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