Fieldbounce Music Festival, which is taking place on Saturday 5th May 2018 at The Venue, Park Hall is working closely with Hope House Charity. The event aims to raise thousands for the local children’s charity by breaking a Guinness World Record.
The world record attempt aims to gather the largest number of people dressed at zebras in a public place at one time. Fieldbounce will make a donation to Hope House for each festival-goer who participates. All contributions will help fund the amazing care and services that Hope House provide to families who are in need.
This week, Fieldbounce attendeded an open morning at Hope House Hospice to gain an insight in to the charity and understand exactly how the festival can help. The open morning was hosted by; Andy Goldsmith CEO of Hope House along with Simi Epstein Director of Fundraising. The visit included presentations by those in charge of the care facilities at the hospice, a tour where the Fieldbounce team were able to see all of the amazing facilities that make such a difference to the children and their family members.
The Hope House team advised that currently they are only able to help 1 in 3 families due to a lack of funding. Tawanda Melusi, Director of Fieldbounce comments, ‘Hope house manage to turn a really negative time for a family in to something positive, therefore Fieldbounce aim to raise as much as we can to support them’.
By purchasing a Fieldbounce Ticket you will be making a contribution to the charity.
For more information, or to purchase Fieldbounce tickets, please visit www.fieldbounce.co.uk or visit the Facebook page – Fieldbounce.