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Top Model are proud to support CHILDREN with CANCER UK. We are delighted to have raised over £37,000 for the charity in 2016, making an overall total of more than £105,000!
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For the 2017 competition, Top Model are proud to once again be supporting the vital work of leading childhood cancer charity CHILDREN with CANCER UK. www.childrenwithcanceruk.org
Top Model are delighted to have raised over £105,000 for various charities since the competition launched and in 2016 smashed the previous highest fundraising total, raising a staggering £37,000!
In addition to the Grand Final show weekend raffles, individual donations and having a runner in the Virgin London Marathon, a significant amount of the Top Model fundraising each year is achieved through the PUBLIC VOTE AWARDS with 100% of the money raised going to the chosen charity.
All finalists are encouraged to get involved and there's an Award Title and a fabulous Glass Trophy up-for-grabs for the highest fundrasier (most votes). In addition, the highest individual fundraiser across all Top Model competitions wins an Executive VIP Weekend For Two at the stunning Hilton London Metropole Hotel, generously provided by Hilton London Metropole.
Voting takes place via a main Top Model Virgin Money Giving page and via individual finalists own pages, all of which are linked directly to CHILDREN with CANCER UK. All votes pledged and money raised by the finalist is paid directly to the Virgin Money Giving pages so each finalist and their supporters can monitor exactly how much they have raised. Voting closes 11.59pm/23.59 GMT on Wednesday 15th March 2017, at which time all individual fundraising is added up.
£1 = 1 vote, £4 = 5 votes, £8 = 15 votes,
£15 = 30 votes. £20 = 40 votes