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Reg Charity No. 1062559Reg Charity No. 1099122 Imperial war museum, Duxford in aid of Press Relief and Teenage Cancer Trust.

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1 Reg Charity No Reg Charity No Imperial war museum, Duxford in aid of Press Relief and Teenage Cancer Trust

2 Reg Charity No Reg Charity No The Event 1940’s themed ball at Duxford Imperial War Museum, American hanger. To be held on Saturday 10 th November at 7.30pm until midnight. Swing band/Glenn Miller tribute, musicians.

3 Reg Charity No Reg Charity No The Event Dance troop performing routines Up to 300 guests seated on tables of 10 Tickets: £125 per person/£1250 a table Champagne Reception on arrival

4 Reg Charity No Reg Charity No The Event Celebrity guest Honeysuckle Weeks (as seen in Foyles War) to attend event.

5 Reg Charity No Reg Charity No The Aim To raise at least £50,000 for the two beneficiary charities Engage the local community and businesses in raising awareness and funds at a prestigious and convivial event

6 Reg Charity No Reg Charity No Beneficiary Charities Press Relief The News Community Fund : The Press Relief charity was founded in 2003, with the aim of using the influence of the Cambridge Evening News and all the other publications within the Cambridge Newspapers Limited group, to its best effect - to help raise cash for local charities. More than £250,000 has been raised so far, and funds have been awarded to many local people in need. Specialist equipment has been provided for individuals such as an oxygen saturation monitor for baby Jaycob Cuffe. Larger grants have been awarded to many charitable organisations including The Teddy Charity for sick children, Mencap and the Hospice at Home Appeal for The Arthur Rank Hospice charity

7 Reg Charity No Reg Charity No Beneficiary Charities Teenage Cancer Trust We’ve all been teenagers. You may still be a teenager. You may be parents or grandparents of teenagers. We all know the pleasure and the pains of growing up into adulthood. Too many of us have seen cancer in our families and amongst our friends. We have seen the fear and emotional havoc it wreaks. Each day in the UK, 6 teenagers will find out they have cancer. These young people often get a raw deal, receiving hospital treatment in inappropriate facilities alongside children or old people. Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT) focuses on the particular needs of these teenagers and young adults with cancer, leukemia, Hodgkin's and related diseases by creating specialist teenage units in NHS hospitals. It is anticipated that treatment on a Teenage Cancer Trust unit can improve chances of survival by 15%. TCT has already designed and built seven units in the UK. Building the units costs upwards of £2 million each. The charity's target is to have at least 22 across the UK to ensure every young person has access to one. Currently there are no specialist facilities for teenagers with cancer in the East of England. The nearest TCT units are in Birmingham and London however funds awarded to TCT from the Press Relief Ball will be used on the proposed TCT unit at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, with the aim of improving the lives of young people with cancer in the region.

8 Reg Charity No Reg Charity No Benefits of Sponsorship Branding/Company logo in the special event programme On site opportunities on the day of the event, potential for company stand, banners, leaflets, inserts in guest gas mask boxes (goody bags)

9 Reg Charity No Reg Charity No Benefits of Sponsorship Invitation to Cheque presentations and subsequent publicity

10 Reg Charity No Reg Charity No Sponsorship Opportunities This is an exciting opportunity to associate your business with a prestigious event, offering superb positive PR benefits whilst supporting two established and well respected charities with a major media presence in the region. – Cost £500

11 Reg Charity No Reg Charity No Contact Information Emma Holbrook Administrator Press relief Milton 1 Winship Road Milton Cambridge CB4 6PP Tel: Sarah Knibbs Events Manager Press Relief Milton 1 Winship Road Milton Cambridge CB4 6PP Tel: Helen Bearfield-Smith Manager, Regional Campaigns Teenage Cancer Trust Head Office: 3rd Floor, 93 Newman Street, London W1T 3EZ Direct Line: Tel:


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