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Charity Heroes set to raise £20K at 2024 fundraising ball for new charity partner

Glasgow-based Charity Heroes has announced it will once again be bringing glitz and glamour to Glasgow city centre with its annual ball to help raise vital funds for people living with breast cancer.

Tickets are now on sale for the 2024 Charity Heroes Masquerade Ball, which will be held at the Radisson Blu in Glasgow on Friday 27 September in aid of chosen charity, Breast Cancer Now, and hosted by Go Radio presenter, Gina McKie.

Attendees will have the chance to bid for a range of prizes during a live auction, along with games and raffles all to help raise £20,000 to improve support for those diagnosed with secondary breast cancer.

Fiona Irvine, co-founder of Charity Heroes, said: “Our annual fundraising ball is always such a brilliant evening and we cannot wait to see everyone in their masquerade attire at the Radisson Blu Hotel. Expect fantastic auction and raffle prizes, all hosted by the wonderful Gina McKie.

“It can be a challenge for us to select just one cause each year to support, but choosing our 2024 partner Breast Cancer Now was an easy decision for us to make. The charity is particularly close to our hearts, with one of our own team members at Charity Heroes receiving support from this incredible charity.

“Early bird tickets are now on sale, along with corporate table packages. Be sure to grab them while you can!”

Sarah Slaven, community fundraiser at Breast Cancer Now, said: “We want to say a huge thank you to Charity Heroes for choosing to support Breast Cancer Now at their Masquerade Ball this year.

“Every 10 minutes, someone in the UK hears the words “you have breast cancer”. Breast Cancer Now is working towards a future where everyone with breast cancer lives and is supported to live well - but we can’t achieve that without the help of fundraisers like Charity Heroes.

“The vital funds raised by Charity Heroes at their Masquerade Ball will help us to drive forward our life-saving research and provide support for those affected by breast cancer.

“Anyone seeking information and support for breast cancer and breast health can speak to our expert nurses by calling the charity’s free Helpline on 0808 800 6000.”

Established in 2018, Charity Heroes has so far raised £125,000 for a range of causes all providing essential support to those in need, including Sepsis Research FEAT and the National Autistic Society Scotland.

Early bird tickets are now on sale for £45 per person, including a welcome drink,  three-course meal and lots of entertainment.

Corporate packages are also available for large business bookings.

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Charity Heroes was formed in 2018 by Fiona Irvine, Director at Rainbow HR, along with Carol Jenkins and Jannine Russell from ScotRail, with the aim of putting on fantastic events to fundraise for charity.

The Charity Heroes can guarantee a great night out which comes with the feel-good factor of knowing that you’re contributing to raising valuable funds for some amazing charities.  

In 2020 – despite having to cancel our plans for a face-to-face event due to COVID restrictions, we were still able to raise a whopping £4,500 for Cancer Support Scotland and Ayrshire Cancer Support, through an online auction, a virtual Christmas market, and a Facebook Bonus ball.

In 2021 we supported Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland – another amazing charity that has been hit hard by the pandemic. Through our Posh Frocks dress sale at The Hub in Glasgow, we raised an incredible £10,600 to help support their vital work.

In 2022 we were delighted to raise over £10,000 in funds for The National Autistic Society Scotland, who transform the lives of those with autism across the country.

Our last event, The Sparkle Ball took place on September 15th 2023. With over 350 guests attending, we raised £20k for Sepsis Research FEAT, which we (and they!) were really delighted about. Sepsis Research FEAT work to save lives and improve outcomes for sepsis patients by funding research and raising awareness. More information can be found at

Registered Charity Number - SC050013

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