Tommy Hollis Duck Day 2010

Fantastic family day out raises over £2,400 for charity fund


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Tommy Hollis Duck Day Fundraiser on Sunday 10 October proved a huge success, raising over £2,400 for the Charitable Fund in his name.

The fund supports underprivileged children and bereaved parents by giving money to existing charities.

Visit the fund’s website at to see their fundraising efforts so far and what charities they have chosen to support and keep checking back over the next few months to see who the Duck Day money has helped!

"The day would not have been possible without the help and support of Hounslow Council and Fusion Lifestyle who donated the venue for free," said Gymboree's Emily Wright.

"Thanks also to Amanda’s Action Kids for fantastic activities and support; various local shops and businesses for raffle prizes; David of West4 Printers for his fabulous posters and tickets; for their publicity and to the trustees of the fund for their tireless efforts."

Join Tommy Hollis Fund on Facebook to see more fantastic pictures of the day, all taken by Snappy Snaps Studio Chiswick.

Emily added, "We are very proud at Gymboree to have been able to support the Tommy Hollis Fund and hope the 2010 Duck Day will be the first of many ventures to fundraise on their behalf."

Emily Wright owns and runs Gymboree Chiswick which provides baby play, play and learn, music and art classes for children newborn to five years. For more information email

October 27, 2010

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