University of Birmingham Charity Ball a Huge Success!
Mar 5, 2012 By Jewish Telegraph
Over 310 students attended The Birmingham JSoc Charity Ball on Sunday 4th March 2012 at the home of Aston Villa Football Club, Villa Park.
The ball was a massive success raising over £8,000 for charity.
The ball committee – Oran Gordon, Talya Stone, Jessica Levine, Tori Kahn, Olivia Martyn, Talisa Ross and Joel Holder chose two extremely worthwhile charities- Rays of Sunshine and ALEH.
A UK-based charity formed in 2004, Rays of Sunshine fulfills the wishes of children who are living with serious or life-limiting illnesses, however impossible this may seem. Furthermore, they help hospitals, hospices and specialist schools to improve their facilities.
ALEH is a charity in Israel providing residential facilities for children with severe physical and cognitive disabilities. They take care of 650 children in Israel with high-level medical and rehabilitative care in four residential amenities.
The ball was a huge success which saw over 310 students enjoying their black tie evening with a cocktail reception; a three course meal catered by Manchester based Robert Cohen, a live band and a D.J. Chair Talya Stone said. “ The ball was a massive success and knowing that the money we raised will go to two amazing charities is so rewarding”
The ball committee – Oran Gordon, Talya Stone, Jessica Levine, Tori Kahn, Olivia Martyn, Talisa Ross and Joel Holder
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