The Legendary Winter Ball 2021 is back
On Saturday 4th December 2021 Make-A-Wish, the charity that grants life-changing wishes to critically-ill children will host its 2021 winter extravaganza, widely considered as the capital’s most sought-after pre-Christmas event.
Guests will be welcomed into the splendid surroundings of One Marylebone, London for what promises to be an unforgettable evening, all in the name of raising vital funds to grant life-changing wishes.
Hosted by TV’s iconic Stephen Mulhern the evening kicks off with a champagne reception and includes star-quality live entertainment from The Feeling. Guests will sit down to a sumptuous three-course dinner and fine wines and the chance to bid for ‘money-can’t-buy’ prizes during a silent and main auction.
Tickets for the evening cost £3000-£4000 for a table of 10, with all proceeds going to Make-A-Wish to fund life-changing wishes for children and young people with serious illnesses at a time of unprecedented demand for the charity.
Stephen Mulhearn said: “I am delighted to be hosting the Make-A-Wish Ball 2021 on 4th December at One Marylebone. It promises to be a fantastic evening and I hope to see you there to celebrate the magical things that Make-A-Wish does for children and their families.”
To buy tickets, visit the special events page
To find out more about the charity’s work, visit make-a-wish.org.uk or follow the charity on social media @makeawishuk
About Make-A-Wish UK
Every day, the lives of 10 families in the UK are changed forever when a child is diagnosed with a serious illness. From that moment, childhood takes a backseat to medical appointments and worry. A wish helps to restore that childhood and puts worry on the backseat. It provides an opportunity to choose something positive to look forward to and the chance to be a child first and a patient second.
Make-A-Wish UK is a registered charity that was established in the UK in 1986 to grant those wishes to three to 17 year olds who have been diagnosed with a serious illness or life-limiting condition. The charity receives no Government funding – registered charity numbers: 295672 in England and Wales, SC037479 in Scotland.