Collars & Coats Gala Ball 2014
What: Battersea Dogs & Cats Home’s annual world-famous Collars & Coats Gala Ball returns for a spectacular night of entertainment and glamour. The celebrity filled fundraiser brings together the biggest names from stage, screen, sport, and fashion to celebrate and support the animal charity’s work caring for lost and abandoned dogs and cats.
Why should I attend: An unmissable date on the social calendar. Collars & Coats guests have the opportunity to be part of a globally recognised and acclaimed event that includes a champagne reception and gourmet banquet, exclusive auction prizes and world-class entertainment, with the chance to meet some of the charity’s current canine residents through its legendary doggie Guard of Honour – a red carpet lined with Battersea dogs and their handlers.
Who’s attending: A selection of the celebrities attending the event this year:
Actor – Amanda Holden, supermodel – David Gandy, songstress – Alexandra Burke, Charlotte Hickson, Paul O’Grady MBE, Dame Jacqueline Wilson OBE, Strictly’s – Craig Revel-Horwood, hairstylist – Nicky Clarke & Kelly Simpkin, fashion designer – Julien Macdonald, Cheska Hull & Ollie Locke, Kirsty Gallacher, Sarah Harding, Henry Holland, Alistair & Charlotte McGowan, Sarah Parish, Angela Griffin, Jake Humphries, Arlene Philips, Deborah Meaden, Sue Perkins & Anna Richardson
When: Thursday 30 October 2014
Time: Set-up by 5pm for 5.45pm guest arrivals
Where: Battersea Evolution, Chelsea Gate Entrance, Battersea Park, London, SW11 4NJ
• Silver Package: £3,500 for a table of 10. (individual tickets at £350 – limited availability)
• Gold Package: £5,000 for a table of 10. (individual tickets at £500 – limited availability)
• Platinum Package: £10,000 for table of 14. (Individual tickets not available for this package)
To book: 020 7627 9309 or email email@example.com
And another thing: Battersea Dogs & Cats Home aims never to turn away a dog or cat in need of help. They reunite lost dogs and cats with their owners through our Lost Dogs & Cats Line or care for them until new homes can be found for them, giving them shelter and the highest standards of kennelling and veterinary care.
It’s a fact: Since it was founded, Battersea has rescued, reunited and rehomed over 3.1 million dogs and cats.
Why they need your support: Battersea Dogs & Cats Home receives no central government funding towards the care of its dogs and cats and relies on the generosity and support of the public to help care for lost and abandoned dogs & cats.
Can’t attend but want to donate: Visit www.battersea.org.uk or Call 0870 890 0000.
See their good work: On Twitter @BDCH or facebook.com/Battersea
all photos©David Baird