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Band Hatton Button to host Charity Ball

Band Hatton Button to host Charity Ball

We are delighted to be hosting another Charity Ball later this year to help raise money for various voluntary groups across Coventry and Warwickshire.

The Ball is taking place at Coombe Abbey Hotel on Friday, 23 September.

The event is being organised in support of the Heart of England Community Foundation, a charity which gives grants to support community projects across Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull.

The last charity ball in 2014 saw more than 200 business people attend the glittering ceremony to raise over £9,000 for the same charity.

This will be only the second time that the Charity Ball has been hosted, and Band Hatton Button managing director Mark Moseley said the aim is to match the great results that were achieved last time out.

Mark said: "Heart of England Community Foundation ensures that donations remain in the heart of local communities supporting projects and causes that need it the most, so it was a no brainer to host another charity ball.

"The evening provides the ideal opportunity for business people to network in a relaxing environment with a three course meal and live music, while also taking part in a variety of competitions and raffle prizes to raise money for a great cause."

Organisers are still looking to sell more tables, attract sponsors and prizes for a raffle.

Tina Costello, director at the Heart of England Community Foundation, added: "We are extremely grateful to Band Hatton Button and the wider business community for their continued support.

"The funds from the last charity ball enabled us to help out such a wide range of initiatives in the community, ranging from local sports clubs for youngsters, to carer support services, community cafes and much more.

"These projects need continuous funding, so securing the support of organisations such as Band Hatton Button is crucial, both in terms of raising finance and gaining recognition in the community."

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