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PRESS RELEASE: the PRS' Secret Cinema fundraising event

On Thursday the 26th of October the Property Redress Scheme hosted a Secret Cinema night inviting all staff, family, and friends to a film night aimed at raising as much money as possible to donate and support our charity of the year, the New Horizon Youth Centre.


The Secret Cinema was hosted with a little twist to the usual. For this fundraising evening, it wasn’t the venue that was the secret, it was the film. The event was held at a local cinema to the office, in Borehamwood, Reel Cinemas on Shenley Road. Internal event organisers created a poster to promote the event with three clues to help provide hints for staff.


Everyone that attended the event enjoyed a new Box Office film with unlimited sweets and popcorn.


As part of our bid to raise money, the PRS attended their fundraising BBQ in the summer, hosted by Jon Snow which raised a staggering £25,000.


With our donation earlier on in the year, we have now managed to raise a grand total of £5485.07.  


Tim Frome, Managing Director of PRS parent company, HF Resolution said: “We have enjoyed working closely with the New Horizon Youth Centre this year, raising money for an incredible charity that offers endless support to thousands of young people. We will be continuing to support them in creating positive futures by offering more fundraising opportunities to staff, friends and family throughout the Hamilton Fraser Group”


To read more information on the Charity, please read our Press Release that we shared earlier this year. We would like to thank everyone that has supported this great cause and we would encourage you to check out their website and find out more about the New Horizon Youth Centre’s fantastic work. If you would like to make a donation to help the New Horizon Youth Centre continue their valuable work, any contribution great or small will make a difference. Please click here to find out how you can help make a difference. 


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