The managing director of Kewtech and fundraiser for the EEIBA, Phil Smith, has announced that the 7th Valentine’s Ball for the EEIBA, on their centenary year, will be held at The Savoy, London.
Last year, 250 guests attended and raised over £10,000 for the charity, a figure that the charity hopes to surpass with the backing of the industry.
The charity provides help to the needy and distressed who work, or have worked, in the electrical and electronics industries and any connected or allied industries and sciences (including mechanical engineering) in the UK. They provide information and advice to families and individuals in need; supply one-off grants, specialist equipment and regular financial support; operate and manage sheltered accommodation; and develop awareness and understanding of their activities.
Bookings can be for any number, from individual guests to tables of 10 to 12. However, donations for raffle prizes, sponsorship contributions for tickets, programmes and balloons are also needed.
For information on tickets, sponsorship and contributions, please contact Sarah Harley, Kewtech, Knyvett House, The Causeway, Staines, Middlesex, TW18 3BA. Alternatively, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org mailto:email@example.com or call 01784 898013.
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