Jewellery brand Tresor Paris once again partnered with Capital FM for the presentation of a cheque worth an amazing £23,859.40 for the charity; Help a Capital Child. Former JLS member, current Capital FM presenter and host of BBC One’s The Voice, Marvin Humes was on hand to accept the cheque from Tresor Paris on behalf of the JLS Foundation, alongside Lucy from Help a Capital Child.
The money was all raised at the amazing Capital Rocks event in November, for which Tresor Paris were the headline sponsors. For this one night, Capital’s Help a Capital Child and the JLS Foundation partnered to raise money to support ground-breaking research to develop better, kinder treatments for children. The evening, held at The Roundhouse in London, attracted an array of famous faces including Niall Horan from One Direction, Little Mix, Jessie J and JLS, as well as many others, many of whom were spotted wearing Tresor Paris jewellery. Tresor Paris were proud to have played such a prominent role in the evening, including the donation of over 200 prizes for the Wheel of Fortune game, as well as donating an awe-inspiring bespoke crystal covered digital radio for a silent auction.
Help a Capital Child was set up in 1975 to help disadvantaged young people across the UK. Supporting young people affected by a variety of issues including abuse, homelessness, disability, poverty and illness, it is an amazing charity that has a lasting legacy. The money donated, by Tresor Paris, will be used to bring kinder treatments to children with cancer across the UK through the work of the JLS Foundation, who were the benefactors of the Capital Rocks event. The JLS Foundation was set up in 2010 by the band’s four members; Aston, JB, Marvin and Oritsé. The charity aims to increase awareness and education in on the benefits on leading healthy lives and improve the lives of young people, as well as funding project which are close to the band’s hearts.
Tresor Paris recently collaborated with the JLS Foundation to create a collection of jewellery. Ranging in price from £10 – £39, this collection features lilac or purple coloured crystal designs. 25% of the price of each item of jewellery is donated to the JLS foundation. As he accepted the cheque, Marvin was wearing a bracelet from the JLS Foundation collection from Tresor Paris and it looked perfect!
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