'A Festive Feast from the Middle East'
An evening of fundraising in aid of SAVE THE CHILDREN in support of their work in Syria.
-Mulled Wine on Arrival
-Middle Eastern sharing platters
-Wine to accompany dinner
-Talk from Save the Children representative about their work in Syria
-Raffle Prizes include Olivia von Halle Silk Robe, Louis Roederer champagne, dinner for two at Chick 'n' Sours and many more
-Live DJ playing into the night...
The evening will begin with a young designers Christmas Market where 20% of sales will be donated to Save The Children. Complimentary mulled wine will be served while you peruse.
Christmas Markets- stalls include – Margot & Mila, Art in Transit, CAPO, Festibel, H&H Nails and more.
You will receive a complimentary cocktail before sitting down to an array of yummy eastern delights cooked by some of the most influential young chefs in London Patrick Bingley Johnnie Collins Glyn Gordon . Washed down with wine from Vin Naturo.
A representative from Save The Children will give a brief talk on the work they have been doing in Syria and where your money will be spent.
Then onto the luxury gift raffle where you will be in with a chance to win an Olivia von Halle robe, Louis Roederer champagne, dinner for two at several hot London restaurants, film premier tickets from Fox, concert tickets from CAA and many other incredible prizes. You can buy more raffle tickets on the night to increase your chances!
To end the night the lights go low and the bar opens just in time for the international DJ to start. Disco dancing until late!!
Ticket and more info link: https://afestivefeast.eventbrite.co.uk/
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Doors open at 6pm for Xmas market and mulled wine.
Dinner at 8pm
DJ from 10pm
Save The Children
The Save the Children Fund, commonly known as Save the Children, is an international non-governmental organization that promotes children's rights, provides relief and helps support children in developing countries.
Inside Syria, we provide food, support hospitals, help schools to keep running and repair water systems. We also provide specialist emotional support for children.
Despite the incredibly difficult situation, our local partners have managed toreach more than 500,000 vulnerable children in besieged areas in Syria.
In countries such as Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq and Egypt where many children and families have fled to, we’re providing food, safe water, medicine, protection, shelter and education.
This is our largest ever emergency response - we've reached more than 2.6 million children across the region since the conflict started in 2011.