The Victoria Foundation very much hopes it will be possible to arrange a fundraising ball on 4th December 2021 - please save the date. Details will be confirmed over the coming months. The evening raises funds which provide vital medical support and equipment to those in need in the local and wider community.
A huge thank you to all those who help make TVF's annual fundraising ball such a success year after year. The proceeds have helped to transform so many lives in our local and the wider community through funding powered and lightweight wheelchairs, specialist trikes and gym equipment which help children and youngsters with special needs reach their potential, therapy rooms which are providing opportunities to support the wellbeing of Carers and the people they care for and grants to students within widening participation into medicine to fund textbooks, medical equipment and travel to hospital placements.
If you would like to get involved and help to ensure the evening is a success we would love to hear from you - please get in touch NOW on 020 8332 1788 or email@example.com
Ways you can support TVF's Annual Fundraising Event
Guests enjoyed the Locktail Reception before the Main Event live on YouTube from 8pm with one of the highlights being Sir Trevor McDonald in conversation with TVF Ambassador Linda Duberley. Guest also enjoyed stunning performances by Soprano Bernadette Lord, amazing magic with Fergus Flanagan and a magical performance of 'This is me' by Strathmore School and Singing Hands.
Congratulations to all those who won such fabulous prizes in the Diamond Draw and online auction. A bottle of champagne is on the way to two lucky guests - Melissa and Gitali - who were the 'fanciest' dressed guests!
The Victoria Foundation would like to say a huge thank you to all those who made the evening possible - our special guest Sir Trevor McDonald who was so entertaining, Linda Duberley for being such a fabulous host, Bernadette Lord our fantastic Soprano, Fergus Flanagan our truly amazing magician, the pupils of Strathmore School and Singing Hands for their magical performance of 'This is me', Tom & Ed - Tom Beazley Productions, The Richmond Hill Hotel for hosting the evening and Doug, Dorothy, Jane, Isabel, Mary and Sally for their hard work in arranging and bringing the event together.
A huge thank also to our sponsors Bootcamp Pilates, Cantell & Co, David's Jeweller's, Fergus Flanagan Magician/Presenter, Just Eat, Sheen Lane Developments and all those businesses which so generously donated prizes. Finally an enormous thank you to all those who supported the event by buying tickets in the diamond draw, attended the evening, donated funds and won prizes in the online auction - we are so truly grateful for your generous support despite the extremely challenging times we are all facing.
This is an opportunity for The Victoria Foundation and those we help to say a huge thank you to all our wonderful supporters and for us to come together in these very challenging times. We are delighted Sir Trevor McDonald OBE will join us and be in conversation with Linda Duberley his former colleague and TVF Ambassador. There is fabulous entertainment including Opera, Junior Singing & Signing Choir, Magic, and you will hear inspiring stories from those that TVF has helped. There will be the opportunity to win superb prizes in the online auction and the diamond draw with the star prize a Diamond Bracelet kindly donated once again by David's Jewellers Richmond. You will be able to 'meet' with friends in the 'Locktail Reception', there are prizes for the best dressed guest and family/household, and you will receive a 20% discount for JUST EAT.
Proceeds from the event will help to fund therapy for carers and the cared through the work of Crossroads Care Richmond and Kingston, an accessible minibus for TAG Youth Club for disabled youngsters which meets in Ham, and financial grants for medical students to cover the cost of textbooks and travel to hospital placements supporting them on their way to becoming the frontline NHS doctors of the future.
Details will be forwarded to guests on 6th December - all enquires to Lorna Votier - 07533 166 552 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Proceeds from TVF's Big Night In will help to fund therapy for carers and the cared through the work of Crossroads Care Richmond and Kingston, an accessible minibus for TAG Youth Club for disabled youngsters which meets in Ham, and financial grants for medical students to cover the cost of textbooks and travel to hospital placements supporting them on their way to becoming the frontline NHS doctors of the future.
Any Questions? Please contact us at E: email@example.com or M: 07533 166 552
Please join us at TVF's Big Night In on 11th December 2020 and save the date for 4th December for TVF's Winter Ball 2021
The Victoria Foundation Winter Ball 2019 - pictures and details below
Isabel and David Neuwirth, David's Jewellers Richmond, with the winner of the diamond ring at the 2019 ball and we would like to say a special thank you to David and Isabel for donating a fabulous diamond for the raffle each year.
TVF's 2019 fundraising ball raised over £40,000 which will help to transform so many more lives through the work of The Victoria Foundation and our beneficiary partners Crossroads Care Richmond and Kingston and Strathmore School.
A huge thank you to all those who donated prizes and to the guests who attended the ball for their fantastic support - congratulations to the winner of raffle and the diamond ring kindly donated once again by David's Jewellers in Richmond.
Thank you also to all our sponsors including Bootcamp Pilates, Cantell & Co Estate Agents, Chocolate and Love, David's Jewellers, Featherstone Leigh Estate Agents, New Victoria Hospital, Petersham Nurseries, RiverTribe and Sheen Lane Developments.
You can see many more photographs from the evening at TVF Winter Ball 7th December 2019 - Lock 4, East Stand, Twickenham Stadium
The funds raised have enabled Crossroads Care Richmond & Kingston to create two new therapy rooms offering complementary massage and holistic therapies for Carers and the people they care for. With many CCR&K clients using respite breaks to complete basic tasks and errands, and Carers twice as likely to develop long-term health conditions – ‘time out’ has never been more important and now even more so with the impact of COVID-19.
In addition, the funds will support children and youngsters with complex needs through the enhancement and development of the indoor soft-play rooms and outdoor gyms of Strathmore School across all three school campuses within the Borough of Richmond.
We look forward to visiting both CCR&K and the Strathmore School sites in the coming months to see how our support is helping to transform lives. We will share details of the visits in our Autumn/Winter Newsletter 2020.