Care Sector Fundraising Ball
On Saturday 24th September 2022, we will welcome the return of the re-scheduled third annual Care Sector Fundraising Ball. The long-awaited return of this keystone of the social care sector calendar is set to be a true celebration of our fantastic sector.
The first years of the event saw us come together to raise £348,000 for prominent charities close to all our hearts, focusing on support for care workers and Alzheimer’s research. This year, the Ball will again be supporting Alzheimer’s Society and The Care Workers Charity.
2022 is set to be the best event yet; after the extended break, the Organising Committee is raring to go! Promising a delicious four-course Indian meal, free bar, hosts of live entertainment and two fantastic charity causes, we are already ahead of target on table sales and the event looks set to be a sell-out.
The Care Sector Fundraising Ball is pushing itself further than ever. With 450 incredible guests, we have the ambition to deliver a socially conscious event, considerate of our environmental impact and support wider charities and social enterprises wherever we can.
The Hallmark Foundation and Hallmark Care Homes together with CareTech Foundation and CareTech plc have confirmed their Headline Partner support, with substantial donations pledged, to get us off to a flying start.
Register your interest below and we will be in touch with more details!
We are delighted that the Headline Partners of the Ball 2022 are:
Ball 2022 charities supported
For 2022, all proceeds raised will be split evenly between our two nominated charity partners:
Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading dementia charity. The charity campaigns for change, funds research to find a cure and support people living with dementia today.
The Care Workers’ Charity supports current and former care workers with one-off crisis grants. While financial help can be all that is needed in some cases, the charity also works with care workers and care providers to tackle wider issues, aiming to create the support structures that people need.