The Broomstick Ball is a charity fundraising event held annually in London to raise money for Cancer Research.
Tickets which include a champagne reception, four-course dinner with wine, games, live entertainment and fun are selling fast so don’t be disappointed. Let your hair down, entertain your friends and VIPs, and help us to raise even more money to support a vital cause close to everyone’s hearts.
The Broomstick Ball will return on
Thursday 21st November 2019
Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading charity dedicated to saving lives by preventing, controlling and curing cancer through research. They are leading the world in discovering and developing newer, kinder treatments and are getting closer to cures. As a result they have helped double survival rates in just 40 years.
They don’t receive Government funding and their world-class research into over 200 types of cancer is entirely funded by their supporters. They rely on every pound donated, with which they fund over half of the UK’s cancer research. This includes the life-saving work of over 4000 scientists, doctors and nurses fighting cancer on all fronts. Every day, their researchers make cutting-edge discoveries, and their doctors and nurses pioneer new treatments with patients in hospitals.
More than 1 in 3 of us will be affected by cancer at some point in our lives and this is why their research is so vital and why they need the public’s help. Support for this event will aid their future research to keep forging ahead to create more tomorrows for more people with cancer.
At Cancer Research UK, world-class doctors and scientists are finding new and effective treatments for cancer quicker than ever before. Their groundbreaking work, funded overwhelmingly by donations from the general public, delivers medical advances that save thousands of lives.
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