We are very excited to tell you about a great fundraising event to further the cause of DBA. The Rose family, who have a daughter with DBA, are holding a black tie charity ball in March 2015 to raise funds for DBA UK.
The event is being held at the Copthorne Effingham Hotel Gatwick on the 7th March 2015.
From Gordon and Jo Rose –
“We are trying to put the emphasis on fun and entertainment for all the guests at this event (we are working hard to get some interesting celebrities to attend), but there will be some fund raising happening in the process. We really want this to be a popular and enjoyable evening as we hope to make this an annual event.
The evening will commence with champagne reception leading onto a 3 course gourmet meal and tea / coffee, after dinner entertainment and live band for you to dance to into the early hours. A casino room will also be available throughout the evening.
The Effingham Park Hotel are very generously sponsoring the evening, providing the venue free of charge and have offered generously discounted rates of more than 20% off their room and breakfast rates for the hotel (and their sister hotel, to ensure there are sufficient rooms available). The hotel has the following facilities; fully equipped gym and health club, 9-hole golf course and tennis courts, all of which are available for use during your stay.
If you wish to take advantage of the reduced rates, please let us know as we are coordinating the room requirements. The rate for a double room (2 people) with breakfast is £90.00. Furthermore, the Effingham Park Hotel, have pledged to donate £5.00 per room if sufficient numbers are taken.
It would be fantastic if we could see you and as many of your friends as possible, at this event for which ticket prices are –
£100.00 per ticket or £800.00 for a table of 10.
Please assist us by booking early so that we can cater accordingly and to avoid disappointment. Please support our little girl and all the other children and adults with DBA by reserving tickets or tables for this event.
Dinner suits are not essential, but lounge suit and tie as minimum please.”