I had the privilege of attending the Masquerade ball recently at the South Lodge Hotel.
The proceeds of the evening to go towards Bridge2Aid and the Children’s Hospice charity CHASE.
Not often do you get two charities working together in the same fundraising event but the evening was an amazing opportunity for two very different organisations to share networks and resources for their mutual benefit. The partnership that evening made a huge difference not only to those who attended becoming inspired and informed but also the funds raised bringing hope and dignity to the thousands of lives that will be touched through the operations of Bridge2Aid and CHASE.
On the evening it was said of our partnership with CHASE, “Thank you for making the partnership work so well on the night, it even looked like we’d practiced!. I hope now you have another group of connected people who will take the story of your work into a new arena.” I look forward to telling others about the fantastic work of CHASE and how on that wonderful evening partnerships do count!
Within the Bridge2Aid family we are incredibly grateful for all the partnerships and friendships that help to impact the lives of the thousands of Tanzanian people we serve.
My sincere thanks to Jill, Paul & Karen from Ringley Park Dental practice together with John Hastings, Bridget Turner from CHASE and Rupert Spurgeon General Manager from South Lodge Hotel.