Having a ball for charity
CALLING all you dancing queens - it’s disco time. Why not relive the ‘70s at this year’s Make-A-Wish Ball?
A courageous theme, perhaps, but one that will surely get the party moving. Who isn’t tempted by the tuneful melodies of the Bee Gees, Chic, The Jacksons and Sister Sledge?
This year’s brand has been created by local design agency Carter Roe.
Managing director Stephen Roe said: “Charity work is always rewarding but Make-A-Wish is particularly close to my heart. The design chosen reflects the excitement of ‘70s dance but also the sophistication of the Make-A-Wish Ball. I’m thrilled to be involved again and I’m sure that everyone will have a fun, exciting and spectacular evening.”
The Make-A-Wish Foundation works hard all year raising money so it can grant children with life-threatening illnesses a magical wish. Last year’s event raised more than £50,000 and the committee is determined to do even better this year.
Gina Wrench, organising ball chairman, said: “We are so grateful and thankful to all our guests, both local and from afar, who give so generously each year. Without their individual and business support we would not be able to grant the favourite wishes of so many courageous children.”
For more information, e-mail Gina on email@example.com’