A leading north-east cancer support charity has released the final batch of tickets for its biggest fundraising event of the year.
CLAN Cancer Support’s annual Christmas Cracker event will take place on Saturday, November 26, at the city’s Ardoe House Hotel and Spa.
The successful event, which sees individuals and businesses from across the north-east come together in support of the popular charity, includes a drinks reception, three-course dinner, entertainment and dancing. It is the charity’s biggest fundraiser of the year. Last year’s event raised more than £83,000 raised, with two clients of CLAN, former STV News presenter Margaret Donald and Emily Findlay, sharing their inspiring stories with attendees.
As well as table packages, there are various sponsorship opportunities available for both businesses and individuals looking to play an active part in the evening. Individual tickets to the evening are also available. As well as the corporate sector, the night is suitable for all to attend and is perfect for a friends and family night out, team building or even an early Christmas get together.
Susan Crighton, CLAN’s fundraising manager, said: “Preparations are well underway for our Christmas Nutcracker event and we are delighted to release the final batch of tickets for what promises to be a really special evening.
“It’s our biggest night of the year and with the current economic climate in the north-east it has taken on an even greater importance to CLAN. We’ve had a great response from those who have confirmed bookings and I’d like to say a big thank you to those who have committed to the evening.
“Last year’s event raised more than £83,000 for CLAN which played an important role in our provision of free support services to anyone affected by cancer across the north and north-east of Scotland.”
Booking details can be found in full at www.clanhouse.org. The CLAN fundraising team can also be contacted on 01224 647000 or email email@example.com.
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