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A WORD FROM THE COMMITTEE
A huge thank you to you all for making 2019's Electric Ball the fantastic success it was!
We are delighted to announce that thanks to you and other generous donors and supporters we raised an incredible £46,000 for the NSPCC! All of which went directly to Childline, the much needed helpline for vulnerable children.
As in previous years, the Electric Ball 2019 was a hot ticket event. Embargo was awash with brightly dressed teens, celebrity guest DJ, Jenk Oz really got the dancefloor jumping, wowed by magic by Rory Graham, and enjoyed the Maestre Entertainment photo booth. Many thanks to 31st State for sponsoring Pan-n-Ice, who were very popular.
Our Silent Auction and raffle were yet again hugely popular and not only provided entertainment in advance of and throughout the night but also successfully raised an enormous £10,000! We could not have done this without our loyal supporters!
If you might be interested in sponsoring some or all of the event next year, or getting involved in some way, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sadly, due to COVID-19, we have had to postpone the 2020 Electric Ball. Please put the 12th April 2021 in your diary for the next Electric Ball! We look forward to welcoming your teens and their friends again at Embargo nightclub. Be sure to subscribe below if you haven't already, to receive any updates as they become available.
The Electric Ball Committee
WHAT DO WE DO?
The Electric Ball has been running for 5 years and raises money to support the NSPCC's Childline.
Run by a dedicated team of volunteers, we aim to make The Electric Ball a fun and exciting way for our children to meet up with their friends and raise money for this fantastic cause at the same time.
As of 2019, The Electric Ball has raised nearly £300,000 for the NSPCC.