Care Sector Fundraising Ball set to reach £250,000 target


This year’s Care Sector Fundraising Ball is set to reach its £250,000 fundraising target after over 50 organisations signed up for the annual event.

Over 500 people are expected attend the event at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Saturday 28th September to raise money for Alzheimer’s Society and The Care Workers Charity.

Care England chair and event organiser, Avnish Goyal, said: “After last year’s successful launch event where we raised £145,000, we are incredibly excited to be hosting the second dedicated charity event for the care sector which will help key charities that care providers and industry suppliers have an invested interest in supporting.

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“The fun-filled event will also be a fabulous networking opportunity for all, as well as an opportunity to support the great work of Alzheimer’s Society and The Care Workers Charity so that they can continue to support people living with dementia and provide financial support to care workers who have fallen on hard times.”

The event will feature a silent auction and a live auction hosted by live auctioneer Jonny Gould.

Throughout the evening, guests can also enjoy a four-course meal, open bar and live entertainment.

Speakers at the event will include chief executive of the Care Tech Foundation, Jonathan Freeman; chief executive of Alzheimer’s Society, Jeremy Hughes CBE; and CEO of The Care Workers Charity, Richard Muncaster; all of whom will discuss the incredible impact this event has on the sector as a whole.

For more information about the Care Sector Fundraising Ball and how you can support, please contact

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