Aesthetic Medicine’s editor Vicky Eldridge and marketing executive Olivia McLoughlin were among a team of runners taking part in the British 10K to raise money for the Help Smile Trust.
The Help Smile Trust was founded by four like-minded professionals to create a formal platform for charitable activities, taking inspiration from Dr. Shailesh Vadodaria’s monumental work to provide plastic reconstructive surgery to people in the developing world who would otherwise have no access to it.
The British 10K is one of the most important fund-raising activities the charity does. This year they raised £10,000. Deana Uppal, a former winner of Miss India, raised £2,291 for the charity for her participation.
The Help Smile Trust will be the chosen charity for the 2017 -2018 MyFaceMyBody Awards presented by Aesthetic Medicine. The awards, part of a new partnership, will be hosted at the 2018 Aesthetic Medicine Live conference and exhibition and will take place on the evening of March 17, 2018 at the Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington.