The event was a resounding success, with just under £5,000 donated to the NSPCC’s Childline as a result of the night. This gave attendees a chance to shop at luxury pop-up boutiques, as well as take part in a fundraising raffle and auction in Edinburgh’s beautiful Nine Nelson.
GlamCandy was delighted to donate all masterclass sales to the charity on the evening.
The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) is a London-based organisation established in 1884. Having been a lifeline for many children in danger for over 100 years, the NSPCC are continuously working to shield as many children as possible from cruelty and abuse.
The charity work to improve the lives of millions of children through working alongside schools, therapy services, campaigning and national helplines – to name a few. 99% of the NSPCC’s funding comes from supporters, so events such as the Luxury Fashion Evening are crucial to raise money to help Britains children to live successful, prosperous lives.
GlamCandy are dedicated to helping those in need. Our students and tutors often offer artistry services and support to Scottish charity events.