Jackie Smith, Gladys Lamb, Karen Scott and Sarah Mortimer
DeviliShh, the posh puds brand from Macphie of Glenbervie, has teamed up with Northsound’s Cash for Kids to launch this year’s Girls' Night In fundraising campaign.
Fri, 15 Apr 2011
Ladies are being urged to ditch plans for a big night out on the town and instead invite their friends round for a night in to help local charity, Cash for Kids.
Shoppers in Aberdeen got to see what goes on during a Girls’ Night In when a group of DeviliShh's Cheeky Devils and other fun-loving volunteers moved into the window of the John Lewis store to throw their very own pyjama party.
During the fun-filled day, shoppers were encouraged to sign up to have their own Girls' Night In and invite their friends round to watch DVDs, have dinner, drinks and nibbles, swap unwanted clothes or just have a gossip over a cuppa. They are asked to donate the money they would have spent on dinner, drinks, taxis etc to Cash for Kids, which supports local disadvantaged, sick and disabled children.
Macphie has donated a DeviliShh pudding for the first 150 ladies registering to participate in Girls’ Night In. The firm has also agreed to donate 15% of its DeviliShh party sales to Cash for Kids.
During a DeviliShh party, pudding experts demonstrate how to make a range of restaurant-quality posh puddings, including Panna Cotta, Crème Brulee and Pot au Chocolat, in the comfort of your own living room. They’ll even show you ways to transform DeviliShh fruit coulis into some wicked cocktails.
It's the perfect excuse for a night in with friends. Best of all, you get to taste everything you make before you buy. Host your event during April or May to be eligible to win a fabulous Girls’ Night In package for six people at the Malmaison, Aberdeen.
Cash for Kids charity manager, Michelle Herd, said: “Girls’ Night In was a big success last year and we are hoping even more ladies will sign up this year. It’s a perfect way to have a laugh with friends while helping local children who need a bit of extra support.
“This fundraiser is open to all females, no matter their age, but of course the boys can do their part by clearing out for the night and leaving the ladies to it! They can be assured that all the money raised will be put to very good use here in the north-east.”
DeviliShh communications manager, Karen Scott , said: “Staying in is definitely the new going out. We felt a bit daft wearing our pyjamas in public but we had a laugh in the window, and we’re delighted to be able to help raise cash for a very worthy local cause.”
Request a Girls' Night In fundraising pack full of information and ideas, visit or call Michelle Herd on 01224 337010.