We are excited to announce that some of Manchester’s best-known restaurants are uniting with us for a city-wide fundraising takeover. The aim of the night is to bring 1,300 people together dining at top restaurants across the city centre before gathering at the Albert Hall for music and dancing at the culmination of the night.
The restaurants joining us for the evening are The Alchemist, Gusto, Grand Pacific, Australasia, San Carlo, Habas, The Bull and Bear, Hawksmoor, 20 Stories, Tattu, and Duttons. All the restaurants will be digitally connected via TV screens for a silent auction.
Jeremy said: “The Tim Bacon Foundation has now raised close to £1m towards a range of cancer-related causes, including £500,000 towards the Proton Beam Therapy Centre, which opened at the Christie in 2018.
“A further £100,000 has been donated by the foundation to Prevent Breast Cancer, for two vital research projects along with donations to Maggie’s, Joshua Tree and Kidscan – all Manchester based charities helping people living with cancer.”
He adds: “We are proud of what we’ve achieved, but we are really excited to do it again bigger and even better so we can all honour Tim’s memory and help those affected by cancer, which will affect one in every two people.”
There has been tremendous support this year from Manchester’s restaurants, and we are now seeking sponsorship from city businesses for the individual restaurant events at £15,000 each.
Each package comes with 20 tickets, meaning sponsors staff and guests can take part, in what is set to be the biggest charity event the city’s hospitality industry has ever seen.
For full details of the event, register your interest or for more information please email email@example.com or call Jane on 01565 631234.