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Bundles of Joy fundraiser to feature The Garnett Family

Bundles of Joy is delighted to announce it will be welcoming friends, and the many lovely people who have helped the Charity, to a Dinner Dance being held at Lazaats on Friday 15th September 2017. The evening has been sponsored by Rachael Smith from Hull and East Riding Mumbler.

 

From humble beginnings in November 2016 it has been Claire’s pleasure and privilege to establish a registered charity which helps Families at a time of crisis and need. The Dinner Dance is one of the important fund raising events in their calendar and another opportunity to raise the profile and promote what they do for the community.

 

Bundles of Joy take donated baby and children’s items and through the referrals from health professionals, other agencies and charities the items are bundled together to make a difference. Claire has worked tirelessly to ensure the charity is well used and accessible to those in need. The charity has its own unit based in Beverley where all donations can be taken to.

 

With a sumptuous menu from Lazaats, Bundles of Joy will host the dinner dance in the newly built Pavilion Suite. Guests will enjoy an arrival drink, 3 course dinner, a large chocolate fountain and a disco as well as the wonderful voices of the 2016 Britain’s Got Talent semifinalists The Garnett Family.  It certainly promises to be a wonderful fun filled evening.

 

Claire Raper founder of the charity says ‘I am delighted, and so very appreciative, of all the local companies who have donated some really great and exciting raffle prizes which will be drawn during the evening.’

 

Claire adds ‘Tickets are selling fast and your support to make this Dinner Dance a complete sell out would make this so rewarding for everyone. So please come along and “help us make a difference”.

 

Tickets are £35 per person and tables can be bought too. For more information or ticket sales you need to be quick. Claire can be contacted on 07843 606067 or emailed by hello@bundlesofjoy.org.uk. You can also find out more about Bundles of Joy at www.bundlesofjoy.org.uk

 

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