All over the world there are people who need charity. Not everyone is as fortunate as you and I. It is therefore important for us to help out where we can and offer other countries or indeed people within our own country support.
When people think of charity they may initially think about donations but this is not the only way for you to do your bit. Over the years it has become clear that a really good way to get money for a charity is via fundraising. In basic terms fundraising is when you gather money or sometimes other resources, by asking people to donate money. There are lots of different ways to do this.
Holding an event is a way of having fun but at the same time gathering up money for a cause. This is just what Richard Moody organises. He is the kind of guy that can put on events for charities and pull in some big names. For example if he held a fashion show, it wouldn’t be surprising if people from designer labels or from my-wardrobe.com came. He knows people in all industries which is really helpful when it comes to raising awareness.
You just have to look at an event like Live aid in 1985. Bob Geldof and Midge Ure put on a massive concert in order to raise funds for Ehtiopian famine. It was what was known as a dual venue concert because the event was held simultaneously in Wembley Stadium in London, England, United Kingdom (attended by 72,000 people) and John F. Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (attended by about 99,000 people). This of course an event on a really large scale but it just goes to show how well the idea works and why people turn to Richard Moody to help them with their events.