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The Sixteenth Project Finance Ball, London
20 September 2012
20 September, 2012
Plaisterers' Hall, One London Wall, London EC2Y 5JU
The IPFA and Norton Rose LLP are pleased to remind members that this year’s Project Finance Ball will be held on Thursday 20 September at Plaisterers’ Hall. We have managed to secure a charitable rate with Plaisterers’Hall which will benefit our charities immensely and tables will cost £1,250 (excluding VAT). The usual fun and games will prevail and we are sure the evening will be as enjoyable as ever.
The Project Finance Ball, now in its sixteenth year will be held in aid of Volunteer Reading Help and the Dyspraxia Foundation. Last year’s Ball raised almost £12,000 for the two charities and we are delighted to be supporting them again.
Volunteer Reading Help is a charity that trains ordinary adults to go into London's most deprived primary schools to provide one-on-one reading support for struggling pupils. The Dyspraxia Foundation is a charity which supports children, adults and families with Dyspraxia - now generally recognised as an impairment or immaturity of the organisation of movement.
The evening commences with a drinks reception at 7pm and will include dinner and fundraising activities to be followed by dancing and further after dinner entertainment.
To obtain your booking form please contact Hannah Knower at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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