University proud to host gala dinner in aid of Northampton Hope Centre
In aid of the Northampton Hope Centre, the event will be attended by over 100 of the county’s finest businesses – making it an ideal networking opportunity in a relaxed and enjoyable environment.
The Northampton Hope Centre is a local charity which welcomes people who are homeless, disadvantaged or vulnerable whatever their reasons might be. The Hope Centre works to actively tackle homelessness within Northamptonshire, aiming to rebuild the lives of those affected by their circumstances. The centre also runs a Hope Enterprises, a social enterprise which enables homeless clients to develop skills as well as generating funds to support the charity. The funds raised by this black tie event will go a long way in supporting their efforts.
The food for the evening will be prepared by Northamptonshire’s only Michelin starred Chef, Adam Gray, ensuring an evening to savour. The evening will feature Peter Whitehead from the Financial Times as speaker, and the exciting entertainment is supplied by Master of Ceremonies Lincoln Noel and Scott Finlay, a Michael Bublé tribute act. There will also be a charity auction with some unique prizes to be won, and a disco to round off a superb evening’s entertainment.
With sponsorship opportunities available, this event will be well-attended by members of the local business community, all coming together to support a leading Northamptonshire charity. The Northampton Hope Centre’s gala dinner is kindly supported by the Northamptonshire Enterprise Partnership, Northampton Borough Council, Northamptonshire County Council and the University of Northampton.
To book a table or enquire about sponsorship for this event, visit their website. Click here for further information about the Northampton Hope Centre’s work.