Belmayne forges links with four new charities
Dronfield-based financial planners, Belmayne, will be raising much needed funds for four small charities throughout 2022, continuing their commitment to the local community.
Since its launch in 2019, the Belmayne Foundation has donated more than £20,000 to organisations that focus on health and wellbeing and provide relief to those in need.
All funds raised this year will be split equally between Derbyshire Asbestos Support Team, Disability Awareness with Sport, Sheffield Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus and Sight Support Derbyshire.
The Belmayne team will be organising a programme of fundraising events throughout the next 12 months, the largest of which will be a ball, held on May 14 at the Crowne Plaza Royal Victoria in Sheffield. The evening is fully funded by the firm, so all money raised from ticket sales and activities on the night benefits its annual charities.
Belmayne partner, Ben Smalley, said: “We are really pleased to be joining forces with four new organisations this year and excited to begin our fundraising mission once again. We focus our efforts on grassroots charities that rely heavily on donations to survive, where we believe we can make the biggest difference, and we hope to build strong links with their teams as we have in previous years.
“After a long, pandemic-related delay, we are looking forward to finally holding another charity ball. We aim to make this year’s event a record-breaker and we will pull out all the stops to ensure it is an enjoyable and memorable evening for everyone.”
All are welcome to attend the Belmayne Foundation Charity Ball. Tickets are £50 per head and include a three-course meal and bottle of wine per couple. Please visit the firm’s website for details.
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