Elevate Foundation, a Dorset based mental health charity for young people, are thrilled to announce the tremendous success of its first ever Charity Ball. The ‘Captain’s Ball’ in association with and hosted at the Captains Club Hotel in Christchurch was held on Saturday and raised an outstanding £33,000.
The ‘Captains Ball’ was an elegant evening that brought together individuals, businesses and community leaders who share a common vision to make a difference for young people. The event featured a gourmet dining experience, live music and a wide range of auction prizes and raffles. The overwhelming support from attendees and sponsors played a crucial role in the achievement of this impressive total.
Julie Laming Co-Founder of Elevate Foundation said: ‘As a team we are overwhelmed by the support shown on the night and profoundly grateful to all those who came and enabled it to be such a successful evening. Thanks to the generosity of so many, we will be able to support and help many more children and young people with their mental health. The positive impact we will be able to have on their lives and their families will help to reshape many futures.”
Emily Weaver Co-founder of Elevate Foundation added: ‘Elevate Foundation extends its heartfelt gratitude to all the attendees, sponsors, volunteers, and individuals who contributed to the success of the Charity Ball. Their unwavering support has made a significant difference to our charity, and we can continue to transform the lives of more young people’.
The 33,000 raised at the Elevate Foundation Charity Ball will be utilised to provide more courses, activities and one to one counselling. Elevate Foundation remains steadfast in its commitment to improving the lives of young people and working together to provide a brighter future for all.
To find out more about Elevate Foundation, and its ongoing initiatives, go to: https://elevatefoundation.co.uk