**ASCOT CHARITABLE TRUST 2018 CHARITY BALL**
**MAY 19TH 2018**
Welcome to the Ascot Charitable Trust!
The Ascot Charitable Trust is delighted to announce that the 2018 Annual Charity Ball is to be held on the 19th May at Ascot racecourse. Once again the evening will open with a champagne reception followed by a 3 course dinner with wine. With great entertainment from a live band and the comedian/auctioneer Adjer Brown, this promises to be a wonderful evening of fund raising for our chosen charities.
This year we are supporting ‘AUTISTICA’ as our national charity along with ‘DBARC’ (Diana Brimblecombe Animal Rescue) and ‘Young People with Dementia’ as our smaller local charities.
The Ascot Charitable Trust was set up in 2002 to benefit both national and local charities, community groups and individuals with special needs, who live within the Ascot area. Our main fundraising event of the year is the Ascot Charity Ball. This is a prestigous black tie event held at the world famous Ascot Racecourse. To date the Trust has raised over £500,000 for a variety of charities and is exceptionally grateful to all our supporters for their amazing continued generosity.
Over the years the Ascot Charitable Trust has been delighted to provide entertainment by a number of fantastic celebrities and performers including Tony Hadley, Go West, String Fever and the Three Waiters. We have also been extremely lucky to have had Adjer Brown as our comedian auctioneer – always providing a light hearted approach to our fund raising activities.
The Ascot Charitable Trust would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who helped make our 2017 Ball such a success .
If you would like to join us at this wonderful event or if you would like to become involved with the Ascot Charitable Trust in anyway then please do contact us using the ‘Contact’ form provided or by emailing us – we would love to hear from you and answer any questions you may have about us. We have a number of sponsorship packages available on request and are always keen to partner up with local business in our attempts to support people less fortunate than ourselves.