Wellbeing of Women was one of the eight partner charities benefiting from BARDOU Foundation’s celebrity dinner event for International Day of the Girl 2018.
Game of Thrones actress Laura Pradelska and Love Island star Laura Anderson were at the former Annabel’s in Berkeley Square to represent Wellbeing of Women.
Celebrity hairdresser Nicky Clarke, his partner Kelly Simpkin and TV presenter Anthea Turner were also Wellbeing of Women ambassadors for the event.
The star-studded dinner aimed to raise awareness and funds for vulnerable girls and women.
Kelly said: “As a daughter, sister & mother the Wellbeing of Women is a charity close to my heart. So much work & research goes into improving and saving the lives of women and babies, they do wonders! I want to help raise as much awareness as possible.”
Nicky added: “Kelly and I are delighted to be supporting Wellbeing of Women. Women’s health often gets overlooked and is underfunded which is why we want to help raise awareness for the charity’s vital work. It’s particularly close to my heart since our baby was born.
“We can’t wait to get involved and champion women’s health.”
“I’m supporting Wellbeing Of Women to say ‘thank you’ for looking after us,” said Anthea Turner.
“The beauty of this spectacular event lies in the combined efforts of the organisers, sponsors, attendees and donors from all over the world, that have come together to support the outstanding efforts of eight exceptional charities working tirelessly to create promising futures for thousands of under-privileged women and girls around the world,” said:Charlotte De’Davis, Founder of The BARDOU Foundation
The BARDOU Foundation champions women and provides resources to help them shape their professional future.
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