Tuesday 12th December
The Bloomsbury Street Hotel, 9-13 Bloomsbury Street, WC1B 3QD
Join us on the Red Carpet for a glass of Fizz, incredible Food & Dancing, Entertainment by Mowtown band Natalie Williams’ Soul Family (regulars at legendary Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club), an exciting Charity Auction & Raffle prizes, and of course plenty of Limbo! The Care To Limbo campaign raises awareness and funds for four amazing charities: Alzheimers Society, Crisis, Carers UK and Macmillian Cancer Support.
Natalie William’s Soul Family is fronted by MOBO nominated vocalist, Natalie Williams (ex Incognito). She is joined by an incredible group of singers and musicians who have played with many of the worlds best Soul, Jazz, Mowtown, Blues and R&B performers in the world! Here’s a great YouTube video of their work.
Tickets £100 each, or get 10% discount off tables of 10 booked by 14th November.
Nearest tube: Holborn (Piccadilly or Central line) or Tottenham Court (Northern or Central line)
The Gala will also celebrate the formal launch of the newly established HCP Social Enterprise, which supports local communities and charities on a number of impactful projects caring for vulnerable people in society.
October is Care To Limbo month! The ‘Care To Limbo!’ campaign is designed to raise awareness and funds for a selection of amazing charities, all of whom benefit society and contribute immensely to our local communities. The #CareToLimbo challenge involves participants accepting a challenge to dance under a “Limbo bar” without touching the bar.
Participants film and share their Limbo attempt on social media, while challenging others (friends, family co-workers etc.) to take part and donate to one of our four chosen charities: Carers UK, Crisis, Macmillan or the Alzheimer’s Society.
Do you accept the Care To Limbo challenge?! We look forward to seeing as many of you getting involved and having fun with Care To Limbo! Please tag and share your videos @caretolimbo and #caretolimbo. See below Guidelines for ideas on Limbo challenges.
Remember, if you are not able to donate, please still take the Care To Limbo challenge and post on Social Media. This will help immensely to raise awareness for charities and with the success of the Care To Limbo campaign.