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fundraising and awards dinner

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Saturday 25 November
7:15pm - 10:30pm

followed by a live band and dancing
Old Billingsgate, 1 Old Billingsgate Walk, London EC3R 6DX

We would love you to join us as we remember the poor in the UK. We will be hearing from John Kirkby, our Founder and International Director, and Matt Barlow, our Chief Executive. During the evening we will be presenting awards and recognising some of our incredible clients who have overcome debt, poverty and adversity in the past year.

Last year’s London fundraising dinner was a phenomenal event and we’re delighted to be bringing it back for a second year. Watch the video below to see highlights from the night.

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Meat

SCanapé reception

MSlow roasted lamb rump with a confit shoulder, dauphinoise, salted baked carrot and celeriac served with a malted jus

DWhite chocolate tart, poached rhubarb, ginger bread cream and ginger meringue

Vegetarian

SCanapé reception

MPumpkin tortellini, grilled pumpkin, shitake mushrooms, ricotta and a rock chive velouté

DWhite chocolate tart, poached rhubarb, ginger bread cream and ginger meringue

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RSVP

We never want to limit people's generosity; as such we don't charge for tickets at our fundraising dinners. Instead, there will be an opportunity at the end of the night to give financially towards the work of CAP.

Kindly RSVP by Friday 13 October.

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Questions?

If you have any questions or need any further information then please feel free to contact one of the team.

Fundraising Dinners
Christians Against Poverty
Jubilee Mill
North Street
Bradford
BD1 4EW

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