Dronfield-based financial planners, Belmayne, are inviting the town’s residents and businesses to a ball organised in support of four hardworking local charities.
In a bid to give back to the community in which the firm is based, its partners have established the Belmayne Foundation and are kicking off their fundraising efforts with a black-tie event.
Held at the Sheffield Hilton on May 18, the charity ball will be fully funded by Belmayne, so all ticket sales and money raised on the night benefits the foundation’s four chosen charities. They are: Sheffield Riding for the Disabled, The Welcome Club in Dronfield, the Third Holmesfield Scout Group and Neurocare.
Belmayne partner, Ben Smalley, said: “We are looking to support smaller charities through our foundation, where our contribution can make a bigger impact on the funds needed to ensure they continue their valuable work.
“This inaugural event is a chance to connect with the local community, develop awareness of our aims and most importantly, raise as much money as possible. My colleagues and I would love to see a great turnout from the people of Dronfield, for what promises to be a night to remember.”
Tickets for The Belmayne Foundation Charity Ball cost £50 per head and include a three-course meal, plus bottle of wine per couple. Entertainment will be provided by singer, Stephen Bayliss and a raffle and auction will be held on the night, with prizes including England v Wales rugby tickets, a gents’ Boss watch and a private lesson with golf pro, Mark Allen.
To find out more about the Belmayne Foundation, or to reserve places at its charity ball, telephone (01246) 298181, email email@example.com or visit www.jumblebee.co.uk/belmaynefoundationcharityball18thmay2019