Nancy Dell’Olio to raise money for Elton John Aids Foundation

Graham Robson November 3, 2015

Nancy Dell’Olio is working with Charitystars to raise money for the Elton John Aids Foundation.

Nancy Dell'Olio
Nancy Dell’Olio

Nancy has become a household name in the UK and her hit One Woman Show has charmed even the most hardened theatre critics.

The show is set to hit London, where Nancy plans to lay down the law as she sees it on topics as diverse as the vajazzle, karaoke and Tinder.

A perfect reflection of contemporary life, the show takes no prisoners while Nancy will talk openly about the modern world of celebrity. An unmissable experience, from a thought-provoking personality.

Nancy is personally auctioning two VIP tickets through CharityStars: Britain’s leading online charity auction house. The highest bidder and a guest will enjoy the show and then meet Nancy at the exclusive private after party. She’s got plenty to say, and is looking forward to meeting the winners, making this a truly money-can’t-buy experience.

Nancy’s show will take place at the Hippodrome Casino, London, on November 19 2015, followed by the after party at Lola’s, the private club within the Hippodrome Casino.

Proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Elton John AIDS Foundation, a charity that wants to create an AIDS free future through science, support and most of all compassion. It’s a cause that is close to Nancy’s heart, which is why she has chosen to become so personally involved with this special auction.

The Elton John Aids Foundation funds frontline programmes that help to alleviate the pain – whether physical, emotional or financial – of those living with, affected by or at risk of HIV/AIDS, and to continue the fight against this worldwide pandemic so that no one is left behind.

Nancy said: “I can’t wait for my upcoming show and it made complete sense to me to auction a money-can’t-buy prize through CharityStars. The Elton John AIDS Foundation does some amazing work in our society and is such a deserving cause. I can’t wait to meet the highest bidder and thank them in person for their precious support.”

CharityStars was founded in 2014 and aim to change the non-profit sector and continue its mission to help charities raise money. Since launching, more than 200 global celebrities have chosen to work with CharityStars including footballer Lionel Messi, singer James Blunt, Sara Cox, David Coulthard and footballing legends, Sir Bobby Charlton, plus over 120 non-for-profit organisations, such as Save the Children and Oxfam. Last year Berkeley University named the company as one of the most “impacting Social Enterprises globally”.

CharityStars commits to no upfront fees, re-investing only 15 percent of the total auction proceeds to cover the full suite of services and operational costs. Excluding this fee, 100 percent of the net funds raised, go directly to the benefitting non-profit organisation. They are based in London and Milan.

The auction closes on November 12.

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