Each year we dedicate part of our time, talents and money to support the great institutions of our city and local charities.

Through charity auctions, hosting and staging events as well as sponsorship we are able to assist local charities raise between £100,000 and £200,000 each year.

Over the years we have helped raise funds for;

St Peter’s Hospice, The Diocese of Bristol Uganda Project, Arno’s Vale Cemetry conservation projects, Rotary Club Charitable Golf Days, The Royal West of England Academy Secret Art Auction, Penny Brohn Long Table Lunch to honour Women, The Ghurkha Welfare Trust Curry lunch helping soldiers in Nepal, The Nepali Childrens Trust, Bristol Zoo and its conservation projects and the world famous auction of designer Gorillas to raise money for a “State of the Art” Gorilla House and conservation projects, St Mary Recliffe Christmas Treefest. Auction”, Home Start, Cotham Fayre, Clifton College, Old Bristolians, Old Cliftonians Football Club, Dance Voice helping with Dance Movement Pyschotherpy, “Ups and Downs Ball” to help Downs Syndrome children, Venetian Evening to support St Georges Brandon Hill, The Ghurkha Welfare Trust Nepal earthquake Appeal, Clifton Village Christmas Lights Appeal, The Roman Catholic Cathedral Roof Appeal, Guild of Friends Children’s Hospital Appeal, Brain Tumour Research and, on an international basis an auction in The British Embassy in Rome to help the embassy raise funds for those suffering with Alzheimer’s disease in Rome.

In 2018 we have chosen to support an excellent local charity “Off The Record” which has helped young people’s mental health and wellbeing across the region for over 50 years!

We look forward to supporting OTR throughout the year on a number of events to help them with the following objectives;

  • To support young people to empower and intellectually defend themselves through the provision of mental health services and development work.
  • To promote positive mental health and the resilience of all young people.
  • To challenge the wider social and structural inequalities that lead to poorer mental health and life chances.

For more information on this brilliant cause please visit www.otrbristol.org.uk

On The Record

2017 – Charity Review

Andrew Morgan MBE and his charitable team have had another fantastically busy taking charitable auctions on a number of memorable occasions raising substantial sums for many Bristol charities. Our own event, the Annual "Opera Picnic" in the iconic setting of All Saints, where 400 clients, family and friends come for a party with a difference, "A Summer Evening of Opera Highlights" and is now a well established fixture of the Bristol Social scene!

This year it has also been a privilege to work with many famous personalities including Sir Tim Rice, Wayne Sleep and Patricia Routledge, Raymond Blanc and Professor Alice Roberts for charities as varied Bristol Zoo to The Ghurkha Welfare Trust, Penny Brohn, St Peters Hospice to Gloucestershire Cricket Club.

Andrew Morgan MBE says " Charity auctions are huge fun and I get asked to offer some extraordinary prizes from African holidays to the opportunity to name a baby bear for Bristol Zoo's Bearwood project! Celebrating the 800th Anniversary of The Role of Lord Mayor of Bristol involved a glittering evening and a Banquet of Food through the Ages under the aegis of Raymond Blanc - an event I had no difficulty in attending !!

We were delighted to support our 2017 Charity of the year "Life for a Cure" helping Ryan's mother raise £30,000 through a combination of 3 events. Ryan died of Meningitis B very suddenly - read all about this touching and inspirational story and make a donation www.ryanbresnahan.org



To all those who support us as clients or by helping us with charities we say a big thankyou by inviting them to our free annual summer party at All Saints for an evening of celebration, music, wine and a delicious supper- click here to find out more Click Here

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Whether you are planning a glamorous black tie event or something simpler in a hall or school please ask about our FREE Charity Service.

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Skills you can't put a price on

Skills you can't put a price on

Andrew Morgan interview in Bristol Evening Post August 7th 2010

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Skills you can't put a price on

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