Hotfoot it to firewalk

Blaze Firewalking 1THE best thing about our most recent fundraising night is that we had a ball. That’s certainly the response I […]
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Alison runs first 10k to remember cousin Liam

alison connelly runningA family from Glasgow has raised almost £6,000 in memory of their much-loved relative Liam McNulty. Liam sadly passed away […]
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Hospital Fund donates £5k

JH JG PJJohn was delighted to be guest speaker at a reception at Cardiff University where the Foundation was one of 22 […]
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Help us raise funds in 2016

JHF 2015 golf day launch groupAs we look ahead to 2016, we’re busy making plans for our programme of fundraising events. These will of course […]
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Fired up for the firewalk

Lisa, Grado and Bob firewalkWalking over hot coals to raise funds for the Foundation left our supporters all fired up! We were delighted to […]
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Please vote for us in the Charity Champions Awards

CC_Vote-For-Us-Banners_EventWe’re delighted and honoured that we’re in the running for the prestigious Charity Champions Awards. John has been nominated for […]
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The John Hartson Foundation Ball 2016

The John Hartson Foundation Ball 2016 15/10/2016 - 16/10/2016
6:00 pm - 3:00 am
Glasgow City Hotel, Glasgow

Plans are already underway for the 2016 John Hartson Foundation Ball, one of the Glasgow social calendar's not-to-be-missed events. We're delighted that this year's ball, which celebrated our fifth birthday, is in the running for Event of the Year at the Charity Champions awards which take place on December 3. So our challenge now is to make the 2016 event even bigger and better! More than 350 guests joined John, his wife Sarah and the JHF team at Glasgow's City Hotel to enjoy a fun-filled night which raised an amazing £50,000 for the Foundation at this year's event on October 17. Hosted by our patron, Mrs Brown's Boys' star Gary Hollywood, and entertainer Mary Mac, the event featured music from singer songwriter Jack Robertson, former X Factor finalist Charlie Healy, Scots folk rockers Break the Butterfly, sets from Clyde 1 DJ George Bowie's GB Experience and DJ Daniel Campbell, and a hilarious performance from top Scots comedian Des Clarke. Once again, we expect that demand for tickets will be high, so you can reserve them now.
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