[London, United Kingdom, October 3, 2019] Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology solutions provider, is marking its 10th annual London Winter Concert, which has become renowned for raising vital funds for UK charities.
This year all proceeds from the prestigious event, which takes place this year on Tuesday 3rd December at the Royal Festival Hall on London’s Southbank, will be donated to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) as part of the charity’s Light for Every Childhood Christmas Appeal.
Victor Zhang, Chief Representative, Huawei London Office, commented: “Huawei continues to provide essential fundraising efforts for UK charities. As we celebrate our 10th annual London Winter Charity Concert, we look forward to supporting the NSPCC in their important work. It is a humbling privilege to support the NSPCC’s mission to ‘fight for every childhood’ through our event this year.”
Mike McGrath, Head of Partnerships, NSPCC stated: “The NSPCC works to keep children safe and also helps those who have suffered abuse and neglect to recover and rebuild their lives. It’s especially poignant at this time of the year when for many children Christmas isn’t the happy time many of us are fortunate enough to enjoy. With the support from Huawei’s Winter Concert we will be able to reach even more children and bring light to every childhood.”
The 10th annual Huawei Winter Concert will be headlined by Carly Paoli, accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and supported by stars of the classical world; and Laura Wright. Laura Wright is England’s first official National Anthem singer, a young soprano who’s debut solo album The Last Rose hit number one on the classical charts.
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