With the help of a host of well known faces, the annual ICAP Charity Day took place on Tuesday 3 December and raised a staggering £9.5 million globally. The Charity Day sees ICAP donate 100% of its revenues and commissions to a number of charities in the UK and abroad, and Together for Short Lives is delighted to be one of this year’s benefiting charities.
The success of the Charity Day relies on celebrities across the globe taking to the trading floor and closing some big money deals. We were delighted to have our patron Holly Willoughby and Helen Skelton represent Together for Short Lives at ICAP’s offices in London and display their brokering expertise.
ICAP’s support will fund our free helpline and one to one advocacy service for families, helping them to access the vital support they desperately need. The Together for Families helpline provides information and support for families, carers and professionals who look after a child with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition.