South Shore lends support to 18 Keys as a corporate fundraiser

Holborn-based production company South Shore is lending its support to the 18 Keys Project as a corporate fundraiser.

South Shore makes shows including Freddie Flintoff’s Field of Dreams, Worst House on The Street and George Clarke’s Flipping Fast. 

Melanie Leach, founder and CEO at South Shore, said: “As the founder of South Shore I chose the 18 Keys Project as our charity focus for 2022 because championing women who need a second chance in life is a great cause. 

“As a London-based business, we are only too aware that there are more women living on the streets since we began trading.

“It is good to know we are doing our bit to provide a sanctuary where women can get the holistic support they need. Our team feels strongly about addressing the issues around the 18 Keys Project and we are having a lot of fun with our sporting events to raise funds. 

“With this charity project everybody wins.”

South Shore’s Chief Financial Officer Anthony Hughes will be running the Eden Marathon in aid of 18 Keys alongside his son on 16th October.

Melanie is also a member of the 18 Keys Campaign Committee.

To find out more about becoming a corporate supporter of the 18 Keys Project, email Caroline Muir, Major Gift Fundraiser at [email protected]


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