Hollie Gazzard Trust's founder appears on Loose Women

Nick Gazzard — the founder of SoGlos's Charity of the Year, the Hollie Gazzard Trust — appeared on Loose Women this February 2024 to raise awareness of its vital work as it enters its milestone 10th year.

By Chloe Gorman  |  Published
Hollie Gazzard Trust founder Nick Gazzard has been on Loose Women this February 2024 to talk about the charity as it enters its 10th year.

The founder of SoGlos's Charity of the Year, the Hollie Gazzard Trust, is on ITV's Loose Women this February 2024. 

Hollie's dad, Nick Gazzard, was on the show alongside panelists Charlene White, Katie Piper, Sue Cleaver and Judy Love on Thursday 8 February 2024.

The charity is marking a milestone year as it turns 10 in 2024, but celebrations are bittersweet as Feburary also marks 10 years since Hollie was murdered by her abusive ex-partner at the hair salon in Gloucester where she worked. 

Kicking off a year of fundraising with a £10,000 Crowdfunding campaign to keep its groundbreaking Hollie Guard app free for users, as well as a special service of remembrance for Hollie at Gloucester Cathedral, where her funeral was held, the charity is hoping this important year will help it continue raising awareness about domestic abuse and violent crime; training and educating people about healthy relationships; protecting vulnerable people and assisting with police investigations with the Hollie Guard app. 

If you missed watching it live, you can see Nick Gazzard's appearance on Loose Women from Thursday 8 February 2024 on streaming platform ITVX.

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