MKFM Christmas Charity Dinner & Dance
MKFM are hosting a Christmas Charity Dinner & Dance at Atesh Turkish Bar & Grill in Central Milton Keynes on Friday 10th December from 7pm.
Yet to organise your work Christmas party? Want to get your friends and family together to celebrate the festive season?
MKFM and Atesh Turkish Bar & Grill invite you to their Christmas Charity Dinner & Dance raising funds and awareness for three fantastic local charities - The Henry Allen Trust, Harry's Rainbow and The Hollie Foundation.
Details of the evening
Date: Friday 10th December 2021
Time: 7pm - midnight (after party till 4am)
Venue: Atesh Turkish Bar & Grill, 599 Grafton Gate, East, Milton Keynes MK9 1AT
Dress code: Festive
Tickets are £39.95 with £10 of your ticket split between the three charities.
All tickets include:
- Welcome drink
- Three-course Turkish meal (Halal)
- Live entertainment, auction & a raffle
- Party tunes with MKFM's Breakfast Show hosts Darren and Lia
To book tickets to this event and find more information please click here.
This will be the biggest Christmas party night in Milton Keynes! We hope you'll join us for the festive celebrations and help to raise awareness and funds for three fantastic local charities...
When your family is facing childhood cancer, you don’t have to do it alone. The Henry Allen Trust understand that life can become all about appointments and medical necessities but the local charity strive to make sure you and your family doesn’t miss out on the fun you need.
"We can’t promise to take all your worries away, but we can promise to share them – and to help you create moments of happiness together."
Harry's Rainbow support children and young people in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas, who have been bereaved of a parent or sibling. As well as providing information and guidance on their website and social networking sites, the local charity provide various bereavement support services. These include regular support groups, activities and trips, and individual tailored support, as appropriate.
The Hollie Foundation is a grant funding charity that supports families affected by Niemann--Pick Type C (NP-C). Their mission is to make the lives of those affected by NP-C today a little easier, whilst working collaboratively towards finding a viable long term treatment or cure, bringing hope for the future.
The local charity support families and other organisations working in the NP-C field through their grant giving programme; providing funding for research, specialist equipment, the enhancement of vital support services, and other social and medical needs. They also work to increase knowledge, education and awareness of all aspects of NP-C.