Echoes Foundation charity keeping fingers crossed for Million Pound Drop boost
Hull charity the Echoes Foundation could be in for a cash boost tonight when their patron appears on Channel 4's Million Pound Drop Live.
Alex Brooker, the Paralympic Games presenter, has pledged half of any winnings from the show to the charity, which helps children with special needs in East Yorkshire.
Charity founder Claire Stockton is keeping her fingers crossed.
She said: "I am very, very nervous for Alex but the fact he has even thought of us is amazing. Of course we would love him to do really well but I don't want to get carried away and get my hopes up. If he doesn't I know he will have tried his best. He has got a heart of gold and he really knows what the charity is about."
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Claire admits the charity is struggling at the moment but that demand among families for the mobile sensory equipment they provide is as high as ever.
Million Pound Drop Live will be televised tonight at 9pm on Channel 4.