Tickets are still available for a spectacular black tie gala dinner and networking event on Saturday 2 March, which will host guests from over 100 leading Northamptonshire businesses.
The evening begins at 7pm at the University of Northampton’s Park Campus restaurant, and will provide excellent food, networking, entertainment and fundraising for the Northampton Hope Centre, a charity helping over 2,000 homeless and vulnerable people each year.
As well as an exciting menu line up from Adam Gray, Northamptonshire’s only Michelin starred chef, the evening will feature a speech from Financial Times journalist and head of the FT’s Non-Executive Director’s Club, Peter Whitehead, entertainment from Masters of Ceremonies Lincoln Noel and Scott Finlay, a Michael Bublé tribute act, charity auction, and a disco.
‘Amazing food from Northamptonshire’s only Michelin starred chef, Adam Gray, and business networking led by Peter Whitehead, head of The Financial Times’ Non-Executive Director’s Club’
Hope Centre helps 2,000 homeless and vulnerable people each year
Adrian Pryce, Chair of the Hope Centre, explained:
“The Northampton Hope Centre provides desperately-needed shelter and support to people who are homeless, disadvantaged or vulnerable. We also operate Hope Enterprises, which helps individuals regain their confidence and develop key skills which get them back into work.
“The Hope Centre is the most effective charity of its kind in the East Midlands, and I sincerely hope businesses and professionals will continue to rally to our cause and join us on 2 March for what promises to be a fantastic evening.”
All funds from this event will go towards helping the Hope Centre continue its vital mission.
Businesses are invited to support this event a variety of sponsorship opportunities as well as by purchasing tickets. For further details, please call 07501 926259 or visit www.hopegaladinner.eventbrite.co.uk
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