CHARITY: Teens Unite’s Annual Gala Evening

Teens Unite’s prestigious, annual fundraising event returns on 30th November at one of the most iconic hotels in the world, The Dorchester, with an exciting new theme; Tales and Tiaras.

The Tales and Tiaras event is an annual gala evening designed and directed by Co-Founder Karen Millen OBE and has been highly supported by Sunseeker London each year. Tickets include a three course meal, reception drinks, wine on the table and copious amounts of live entertainment.

Sunseeker London is a long-term supporter of Teens Unite and has been an integral part of their growth and development over the past 10 years. Group Managing Director, David Lewis acts as a mentor in the Annual Apprentice challenge with the young people Teens Unite support; passing on his business knowledge and expertise. Sunseeker London also sponsors challenges and events and regularly holds fundraising events at its luxury showroom in Mayfair.

At a time of fear, isolation and loneliness, Teens Unite bring 13-24 year olds who have been diagnosed with cancer, together. Through workshops, activity days and residential stays, Teens Unite provides the ongoing social, emotional and physical support needed by these young people, which medical experts can’t.

Teens Unite isn’t just a charity to me, it was the beginning of restarting my life” – Jess, 20, Acute Myeloid Leukaemia.

You can visit the Teens Unite website to see how important their work is and how supporters like Sunseeker are helping to make a difference.

If you would like to purchase a table for the event, please email events@teensunite.org or call 01992 440091. Sponsorship packages are available on request.

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