‘Sporting Chance International have regularly benefited from the hard work, dedication and expertise of Storm Trentham’s fund raising ideas. Her array of contacts allows her to pursue events of a dazzling standard with no shortage of celebrities and media interest. It was a privilege to attend ‘ Godolphin’s Got Talent’. On each occasion the theatre was full to capacity. The audience were always thrilled with the quality of the performances and ready to support the charity’s work for disadvantaged young people in Kenya. Storm has a vision for spectacular events which prove to be good investments. Her enthusiasm galvanises enlisted helpers because they are willing to be a part of the success. I have no hesitation in recommending Storm in the field of event organisation and fund raising.’ Alan Thomas (Director of Sporting Chance International)

‘Having Storm organise an event for you is a guarantee of success. Her energy, drive and enthusiasm, as well as her amazing connections, ensure that she delivers. As Head of Marketing at Godolphin School when she organised the Godolphin’s Got Talent and A Night With London Olympians, it was a pleasure to be involved on these projects – albeit on the periphery as Storm really handled all the arrangements and made everything happen.  She is a phenomenal fund raiser who believes passionately in the causes she supports, and this is the key to her success. Because she believes so much in what she is doing, she makes it happen.’ Moyra Rowney, Head of Marketing, Godolphin School.

‘As a huge sports enthusiast, The Night with London Olympians 2012 was something I had looked forward to for weeks.  It’s not everyday you get to hear the stories of your heroes and to meet them in person. I was grateful to hear Dwain’s story as, like many, I had pre-judged him without knowing the full story. And what an inspirational one it was. ‘ Godolphin Sport’s Scholar

‘Godolphin’s Got a Talent was an amazing event. The organisation was outstanding and we are hugely appreciative to all involved as SCI benefited beyond measures from the money raised at the event.’ County Director SCI Kenya.

‘Wonderful, fantastic and amazing what else can I say.  As usual you appear to have pulled off the impossible and raised the GGT event to yet another fabulous level.  What an astonishing amount of money was raised for charity and your powers of persuasion surpassed themselves with the number of celebrities who agreed to judge the girls.  A night of Miss T glitz, glamour and Godolphin Talent – unforgettable moments – thank you.’ Mr & Mrs Butcher.

‘Never in my life did I expect to judge at such a well organised and professional school fundraiser, we never had anything like it back in my day!  The talent of the performers was mind-blowing but it was the attention to detail of the event that impressed me most.  It was so fun meeting the other judges and to be honest, I was in awe of most of them! I’d like to that thank everyone involved for making the experience so memorable and making me feel so welcome.’  John Adam, X factor, GGT Judge

“I have been to both the Godolphin’s Got Talent and A night with London Olympians and I have to say both were amazing events with a level of participant that was quite exceptional and well beyond sleepy old Salisbury’s normal run of the mill. Storm’s energy and dedication to the evenings was well beyond the norm, a huge well done and thanks from a very satisfied parent.”  Kent Barker

‘I worked with Storm on “A Night with London Olympians” at Godolphin School. The event was a fabulously well run evening and we were made to feel most welcome by Storm and her wonderful teams of helpers. I look forward to working her again.’ Siza Agha, Chambers’ Manager.

‘Inspirational! Storm raises the bar again with this event. Brilliantly executed, world class athletes – a winning team!’ Mr Stephenson

‘Only Storm could organise a 170 mile charity bike ride in less than a week and then persuade so many of her friends to get involved. From the route, organised re-fueling stops, accommodation, safety vehicle and charity t-shirts – she had thought of all. Unfortunately she couldn’t control the weather! Even though riding up endless hills in the rain didn’t always feel like fun, looking back it really was a great experience. If Storm was to promise that we wouldn’t have to ride a tandem bike, I’d almost say I’d do it again!  We raised over £12,000 for SCI and The Afganistan Appeal which is amazing when she honestly only decided to organise it the Monday of the week we completed it!’  Alice Mackenzie.