Top Model is an annual nationwide and international modelling competition with a grand final fashion event weekend. Since the event was established in 2006, it has become the leading professional model search competition in the UK with a proven track record of discovering new model talent and creating dreams.
We are thrilled to have been chosen for the ninth year as the official charity for Top Model.
The Top Model Finals will be held at the Hilton London Metropole over the weekend of Friday 6th and Saturday 7th April 2018. At each show, we will raffle some lovely prizes to raise funds to support our vital work for children with cancer.
Top Model 2017 raised over £30,000 for Children with Cancer UK .
This brings the total raised by Top Model, since our partnership began, to over £130,000.
The money will help us to continue our fight against childhood cancer. It will fund life-saving research into the causes, treatment and prevention of childhood cancer. It will also allow us to contribute to essential welfare and campaigning programmes.
We would like to offer our heartfelt thanks to Geoff Cox and the entire Top Model team for working so tirelessly to make this event such a success, and for choosing to support our charity.
We would also like to thank all the finalists for fundraising, and everyone who so generously bought raffle tickets on the night.
Top Model is the leading professional model search in the UK, seeking out the very best new model talent that the world has to offer.
With a host of industry professionals on the team, Top Model grand finalists have the opportunity to win several sought-after awards and fabulous prizes, and gain invaluable experience in the modelling industry.
Over the past eight years Top Model UK has raised over £130,000 and we are truly grateful for all of their support!
We would like to say a special thank you to Geoff Cox and all of the Top Model Team who work tirelessly behind the scenes to make this event such a success.
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