|Charity Ball In Aid Of Wimbledon Charity Supporting Teenage Mental Health|
Local ball aims to raise more than £30,000
The Schmidt Wimbledon Charity Ball in aid of STEM4 last year raised more than £20,000 for a local charity which works to stem teenage mental illness and around the Merton Area.
By popular demand the ball is back again this year, and it will take place on October 10th, which is also World Mental Health Day, at Richmond Golf Club.
The evening will start with a champagne reception in the cube room before guests are taken to the marquee for a three-course meal.
The goal is to raise more than £30,000 this year through a silent auction and nail-biting live auction, where lots will include five nights in a Normandy chateau and a fully-fitted Schmidt kitchen worth more than £20,000!
No evening would be complete without great entertainment including comedy and finally dancing the night away under a starlit dance floor. Tickets are on sale now, visit www.schmidt-wimbledon.com.
Dr Nihara Krause, Founder and CEO of STEM4 said: "We are incredibly indebted to Charley Jones from Schmidt Kitchens who us organising the Ball with Heather Bechman our Fundraising Lead".
You can see more of the work done by STEM4 on the STEM4 web site www.stem4.org.uk.
September 9, 2015