2nd Place For Team "Fusion" At WOHAA Finals

Tuesday 21st July 2015

Congratulations to Team “Fusion” who were awarded second place for ‘Best Presentation’ & ‘Most Awareness Raised’ at the WOHAA 2014-15 Finals Awards Ceremony. The ceremony took place on Friday 10 July at the Royal College of Surgeons in London with over 300 guests in attendance.

Team “Fusion”, consisting of Alice Brazil, Amelia De Normann, Lola Martin, Amber-Rose Cooper, Charlotte Way and Florence Weaver impressed the judges at the Semi-Finals with their fundraising, which saw the group raise £750 in total. During the evening, the girls were invited up on stage and presented with trophies.

The evening was co-hosted by acclaimed presenter and journalist Nadira Tudor, and young businesswoman, Smruti. Co-Founders Rajni and Dr Sri Ram gave inspirational speeches about the Wings of Hope’s vision as it enters its tenth year. Over 25,000 students from over 400 schools have taken part in WOHAA since 2005.

Winners and runners up were treated to an Oscars-style evening, with trophies, video montages of their work and on-stage photographs. Trophies were presented by the BBC’s Babita Sharma, Neil Roskilly, the CEO of the Independent Schools’ Association, Lady Gill Hinchcliffe, and Dawn Butler MP.

To find out more about the Wings of Hope Achievement Award (WOHAA) Finals Ceremony, click here

Wings of Hope Achievement Award