2017 is a special year for TREE AID as we prepare to celebrate our 30th anniversary. Over the last 30 years, TREE AID has planted nearly 15 million trees in the drylands of Africa benefiting over 1 million people, who now understand how to use trees for food, health and income while protecting the environment.
Please join us in celebrating our special anniversary by attending our dinner and dance on board the impressive SS Great Britain in Bristol on Thursday 16th November.
Greeted with a champagne reception, guests can enjoy private tours on board the striking ship and professional portrait photographs with their guests, with the ship as a backdrop. A delicious three-course dinner will follow, with half a bottle of wine per person included. There will also be fantastic entertainment from stand-up comedian Doctor Paul Sinha whose shows have received 4-star ratings from The Guardian and The Times newspapers.
There will be plenty of opportunities for our guests to support TREE AID with the chance to win wonderful prizes in our luxury raffle and bid in our fantastic live and silent auctions. TREE AID have already received some amazing auction prizes including a meet and greet opportunity with ‘My Family’ star and TREE AID’s patron Zoë Wanamaker CBE; original signed artwork by musician Cat Stevens and a signed British and Irish Lions’ rugby ball, amongst many more glittering prizes.
We also have an exclusive and exciting opportunity to take part in an entertaining quiz for your very own chance to beat the chaser and win 100% of the quiz takings.
Please join us for this special night which will enable TREE AID to continue our vital work, helping tens of thousands of people in the African drylands escape grinding poverty whilst improving the health of the environment.
Tickets are £100 per person or £800 per table of 8. For more information or to RSVP please contact Clare or Mark on 0117 909 6363 or at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com