Hollywood takes pride in charity support and scoops TheBusinessDesk Business Masters award


Hollywood Monster has clinched an award in recognition of the major support it offers a variety of charities through fundraising events including a glittering ball attended by more than 1,000 people, marathons and cycling tests of endurance. Hollywood Monster managing director and Help Harry Help Others trustee, Tim Andrews was presented with the West Midlands Pride Award at the Business Masters 2013, staged by business news website thebusinessdesk.com at the Hyatt Hotel in Birmingham

Tim and friend PJ Ellis last year organised the inaugural Harry Moseley Ball, in memory of the Birmingham schoolboy who raised more than £700,000 for charity before a brain tumour claimed his life in 2011. The event was attended by over 1,000 people and raised more than £100,000. This year it is expected to attract around 1,500 people.

For many years Tim, supported by other members of staff at Hollywood Monster, has run marathons and completed major cycling challenges on behalf of local and national charities. The company has long been fully committed to charity support and community engagement.

The West Midlands Pride Award recognizes the most meaningful philanthropic initiative by a business, organization or leader. Harry Moseley’s mother Georgie attended the event and presented Tim with the Pride award. Tim is a trustee of the Harry Moseley charity, Help Harry Help Others.

Tim said: “I first heard about Harry through Twitter and very quickly decided I wanted to learn more and to help in any way I could. It is an honour to know Georgie and to be involved in keeping Harry’s good work going by promoting and supporting Help Harry Help Others.

“This year we expect the Harry Moseley Ball to be an even bigger success than last year’s event, and we are encouraging companies to come forward and book tables as soon as possible. We’ve already sold more than 500 tickets and we haven’t even started marketing it yet, so that demonstrates how the Birmingham business community has taken the charity to its heart.

“We are also launching a new event – called 7-in-Seven – which will see a large group of cyclists cycle more than 700 hundred miles across seven countries in just seven days, raising money for Help Harry Help Others and Cure Leukaemia for Kids.”

The Business Desk West Midlands Award Winners 2013 - Hollywood Monster

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