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Hibernian Charity Ball

Posted: 14th March 2019

Hibernian Community Foundation are celebrating 10 years of investing in people, through the power of Football changing lives through our community programmes. We are inviting businesses to join us for this celebration to support and creating opportunities through our social inclusion programmes.

Hibernian Charity Ball

Celebrate the fantastic work and the Tenth Anniversary of the Hibernian Community Foundation at our Gala Ball on Saturday 30th March, 2019

Join us in the sumptuous setting of Edinburgh’s Sheraton Hotel for an evening of great company, incredible food, drinks, and astounding entertainment featuring an ABBA tribute band.

The highlight of our 10th Anniversary Year the Charity Ball, which will help us raise funds to support the Foundation’s incredible work in disadvantaged communities across Edinburgh including those impacted by disability and lack of opportunity.

This will be a fantastic evening and the Hibernian Family are invited to get together in style with friends, family, and business associates in this black tie event.

Tickets cost £75.00 per person or £700 for a table of ten which includes a drinks reception, a four course dinner with wine, dancing to our ABBA tribute band and a disco.

There will also be a Grand Auction and Raffle with fantastic and prizes many of them unique, very desirable and donated by Hibernian Football Club.

Book your tickets now and support the work of the Foundation by calling 0131 656 7062, through email at kmcewan@hiberniancommunityfoundation.org.uk, or book online here

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