As Autumn arrives, we’ve taken a look at the upcoming charity events that are taking place in town; a great way to enjoy our community and also get behind good causes.
As it’s always a great idea to get involved and enjoy yourself whilst giving as much or as little as you can, here’s a rundown of charitable events we don’t think you’ll want to miss this Autumn:
Catstravaganza at North Heath Hall
Hosted by the Cats Protection branch in Horsham, this day will be dedicated to raising funds that will go towards rescuing and helping cats around Sussex. Head to North Heath Hall to buy delicious homemade cakes, jewellery, books, DVD’s and more. All the money you spend will go towards Cats Protection activities.
As part of their charity work, Cats Protection:
- Rehome abandoned felines
- Provide veterinary support for ill cats
Whilst there, you will also have the opportunity to talk to volunteers and find out about cats that are looking for their forever homes. Entry is free, so make sure to join from 1.30pm to 3.30pm on the 29th of October. See more here.
Sing for a Cure
The Capitol are bringing a charity event for another amazing and common cause to Horsham. Matt Cowling will present a live band and talent on the 2nd of October to entertain the audience with timeless hits all evening, all in aid of JDRF – a charity that supports those with Type 1 Diabetes. Money from sold tickets will also go towards research into finding a cure.
Cisswood House Hotel will host a Charity Ball for Hope For Emily, a charity very close to Horsham’s hearts, on Saturday the 18th of October. Emily was born at just 29 weeks and has periventricular Leukomalacia, a cerebral palsy that affects all four limbs.
Tickets are £50 per person which includes a drink upon arrival at 6.30pm, a three course meal, tea and coffee to finish with live music and entertainment to entail throughout the night. For a fabulous night out with a bigger meaning, contact email@example.com to book. Hurry, there are limited tickets left!
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