Gala Charity Event – Book Now

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The Knights Pendragon Burns Night Supper at the exclusive, Johannesburg Country Club, Auckland Park.

Saturday, 25th January 2020.

The Scottish theme and ambiance is enhanced by guests adding “a touch of tartan” to their formal or traditional evening dress.

Guest of Honour, Mike Murray,
Marquis of Tullibardine

Entertainment includes:

  • Meet and be photographed with our Guest of Honour and Scottish Nobleman, the Marquis of Tullibardine.
  • Robbie Burns poetry recital by the renowned, Ian Ruickbie
  • A Scottish piper
  • Traditional haggis & neeps
  • Whisky & Wine
  • Sumptuous buffet dinner.

Only R10 000 per table of 10 – early booking is essential.

FOR BOOKING ENQUIRIES: Contact Ray Hewson on 072 342 2393 or Book Here

The ideal corporate event to connect with key customers or colleagues at the start of the new year.

YOUR SPONSORSHIPS AND DONATIONS ARE ALSO NEEDED: The success of this fundraiser depends on the donations of companies and individuals for these worthy causes. As such and in addition to the sale of tables for 10, the following sponsorship opportunities are also available:

  1. Main Sponsor: R50,000 for naming rights, venue advertising, mention on menu & programme.
  2. General Sponsors: 4 x R12,000 for advertising on tables, mention on menu & programme
  3. Piper Sponsor: R2,500 mention on menu & programme

FOR SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: Contact Ron Smith on 083 260 2411 or Enquire Here

THE CHARITIES SUPPORTED BY THIS EVENT ARE:

The Chris Hani Baragwaneth Paediatric Burns and Intensive Care Unit which is a specialist referral facility catering for paediatric burn victims from Gauteng and the North-West province. Some 400 paediatric burns patients are admitted annually, with about 25% requiring specialist intensive care, mainly as a result of open flame burns during the winter months. These patients often endure protracted hospital stays, with multiple theatre visits to clean, debride wounds and place skin grafts. Primary and secondary infections frequently complicate cases and may be life threatening, especially in younger patients. The rehabilitation of these patients is often long-term and challenging, especially when critical areas such as the face, hands, feet and joints are involved. The Rotary club is raising R3 million for essential exercise and other equipment to be supplied via the De’Lescaut Children’s Foundation, a Non-Profit Organisation (NPO No. 117-896) that serves this paediatric burns unit.

BETHANY HOME FOR ABUSED WOMEN (Reg.001-362-NPO), was founded in 1989 and located in Bertrams, Johannesburg, is a shelter and place of rehabilitation for abused women and their children housing about 55 women and their children, at any one time. Each woman is provided with legal assistance, rehabilitation of self-esteem, training for employment and education for her children during the period of her stay of typically 12 months. Bethany Home residents are also offered counselling, art and craft activities for therapy and income generation, work and accommodation placements. To learn more please go to www.bethanyhome.co.za