BE.THE.CHANGE. 2018 will take guests Around the World as the hugely popular fund raising event returns for the third year.
Organised by Rebecca Bennett, the motivation behind BE.THE.CHANGE. comes from her mum Joanne Bennett who passed away from Ovarian Cancer.
A black tie event, the night will feature live entertainment from professionals in the industry followed by a DISCO and include a three course meal.
Speaking about the early plans for BE.THE.CHANGE. 2018 Ms. Bennett said;
“BE.THE.CHANGE. is running for its third year in a row and we couldn’t be more excited! The theme for the night will be Around the World with performances based on styles like Bollywood and samba.”
“I went for this theme because last year was Casino, so it had dark mood lighting. This time I wanted a complete contrast, bright colours, lively dancing. This theme will be more fun for the dancers as they can get more creative.”
An auction and prize draw will also be held on the night with proceeds that are raised being donated to chosen charities as Ms. Bennett looks to share the benefits with other worth while causes.
Last year Richard Witty took part in the London Marathon and against all the odds completed the grueling race raising over £6,000 for Ovarian Cancer Action.
Fund raising is again not restricted to the dinner. Pete Bennett, Daniel Bennett and Lorraine Scott will all be tackling the London Marathon raising money for chosen charities affiliated to this year’s event.
Ms. Bennett added;
“BE.THE.CHANGE. wants to branch out to other charities, but Ovarian Cancer Action will always be the foundation because it was my mum who passed away from it in 2014. She is the motivation behind it.”
“Change wont happen unless we do something about it. You ‘be the change’ to make a change!”
More information about event available through the Facebook Page.
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