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The Play2Give Charity Ball 2019 Sponsorship

Published on: 16/04/2019

Award-winning Didcot-based fundraising organisation, Play2Give (P2G), is organising its annual Charity Ball, to follow on the success of its previous 10th anniversary ball in 2017.

This year’s event takes place on Saturday 28th September at Didcot Civic Hall, from 7pm.

P2G is now seeking your support in a variety of ways in corporate sponsorship to ensure that second ball is the biggest and best and raise the most money that it can for charity!
We are grateful for the support of the Didcot Civic Hall, but we also need your sponsorship to make it happen – as the more financial support towards this event, the more that the charities can receive in proceeds after expenses.


In exchange for your sponsorship support you’ll get benefits that will make you and your company happy and benefit too!

Play2Give is a very special fundraising organisation set up by a very special young man, Andrew Baker BCAv, from Didcot who created the group in September 2007. Andy, 30, who was born with a brain injury, has gone on to raise over £100,000 for local charities since he began fundraising at the age of 14 in 2003, and through P2G has organised a wide range of charitable events and initiatives, which has benefited a wide number of charities in the area including Headway, the Oxford Children’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald House, Footsteps Foundation and many, many more causes. He received a British Citizen Award at the Palace of Westminster in 2017, and in June 2018 on his 30th birthday attended The Queen’s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace – both awarded in recognition of his tireless and dedicated charitable work. While P2G has been recognised in the Oxfordshire Business Awards, the Didcot Business & Community Awards (BACAs) and the Oxfordshire Charity Awards.

This year’s event is a black-tie masquerade theme and will raise money this time round for the brain injury charity, Headway Oxfordshire (reg. charity 1156538) and Ronald McDonald House (reg. charity 802047) within the Oxford Children’s Hospital which provides ‘free home away from home’ accommodation to families of sick children, of which Play2Give is committed to raising £5,000 towards sponsoring a family room.


For details on sponsorship opportunities please click here.


For further details or to discuss your idea’s and offers:
Email: Andy Baker at play2give@hotmail.com or Call: 07939064308

Website: www.play2give.org.uk
Twitter: @play2give
Facebook: www.facebook.com/play2giveoxford
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8Ggl0eSMy7s3ec6_PCs6PQ

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