The Business against Poverty annual ball returns to Bailbrook House Hotel, Bath on Saturday November 14 from 7pm-1am.
The event offers attendees the chance to network with other local businesses, find out more about the work of Business against Poverty and help raise vital funds to support the charity’s work. Attendees will enjoy a three course meal, auction, raffle and the evening will finish with a live band to whom you can dance away to the small hours.
Business against Poverty works as the business community arm of the registered charity People against Poverty. An independent, Wiltshire based charity whose shared intention is to alleviate poverty and suffering around the world. They channel resources that directly connect communities, donor to recipient and and person to person. Delivering help on the ground through local partnerships and networks.
They work on projects in the UK and abroad and currently they are supporting Romania, Nepal, Haiti and the UK Bridging the Gap project. Find out more here.
The Business Exchange is the charity’s local media partner and will be in attendance on the night alongside many of other valued supporter including Nicolas Wylde.
Nicholas Wylde is a Bath based goldsmith and jeweller and has been supporting People against Poverty for several years. Nicolas will attend the ball to showcase his bespoke jewellery range, ‘Expressions’, created specially for People against Poverty with 10% of all sales donated to the charity.
Nicholas said: “It’s always been important to me to operate ethically and find innovative ways through what I do to support causes close to my heart. I’ve been a member of BaP for several years and donated pieces for auctions in the past. I wanted to find a new way to support the charity, hence the development of the Expressions Collection.”
Val Huxley, CEO of People against Poverty said: “We’re immensely grateful to Nic for his commitment to our charity. We work hard to develop strong, personal relationships with our business community and this is a perfect example of our reciprocal ethos. The Expressions Collection is stunning. I would urge people to pop into his Bath and Bristol shops to take a look.”
Tickets to the ball cost £75 per ticket or £750 for a table of ten. To find out more and to book click here or call 01225 718920