Energy Dinner

19 Apr

Thursday 19 Apr 18 7:30 pm Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, Piccadilly, W1J 7BX A table of 10 costs £3500

This fabulous black tie dinner will feature top quality entertainment and is a great networking opportunity. As well as the popular silent auction, our live auction will be conducted by Jonny Gould – back by popular demand!

The event which is now in its 15th year has raised over £1.95 million to support WellChild’s work but there is so much more needed to be done to transform the lives of seriously ill children in the UK. In 2018 we are aiming to raise £2,000,000, please help us to achieve that.

WellChild’s Chief Executive Colin Dyer said: “This is a spectacular amount of money and we are so grateful to everyone working in the energy industry for their continued support for the charity. The Energy Dinner has become immensely important in raising vital funds for WellChild to help seriously ill children, young people and their families across the UK.”

A table of 10 costs £3500 and this year we are also offering table packages that include advertising in the event programme and these packages start from £4500. Table & advertising packages are selling quickly so please book early to avoid disappointment.

If you have any questions or would like to book a table please contact the events team on events@wellchild.org.uk or call 01242 530007

If you would like to donate something to the auction or to become a sponsor please contact the organiser Debbie Rix.

Thanks also go to our title sponsor S&P Global Platts for supporting the Energy Dinner for a number of years.

S&P Global Platts - Energy Dinner

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Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, Piccadilly

Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, Piccadilly W1J 7BX

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