KidsOut Four Seasons Ball 2021 Raises £59,784!

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KidsOut’s Four Seasons Ball was a great success, raising £59,784 for the charity’s work with disadvantaged children throughout Greater London. Over 200 people from London-based companies joined KidsOut at The Royal Lancaster London for a night of fun and fundraising on Thursday 25th November 2021.

KidsOut President Helen Pitcher welcoming guests

KidsOut were thrilled to welcome presenter Chris Cowdry as quizmaster, evening host and auctioneer for our first ever Four Seasons Ball. Live music was played by the entertaining The Big Band who created a brilliant atmosphere and concluded the evening.

Congratulations to Equiida who were well-deserved victors of the interactive Christmas quiz!

In addition to the themed quiz, guests could take part in two auctions. There were some fantastic items up for grabs in the silent auction and main auctions, including tickets to Ed Sheeran’s performance at Wembley Stadium, dinner and a live show at the famed jazz club Ronnie Scott’s, a VIP experience at the BRIT Awards, luxury artwork by Rob Bishop, and an exclusive apartment in Cape Town, South Africa. Some amazing pieces of artwork were sold on the night and we thank all the artists for their craft and kind contributions. The KidsOut team are sure the winners of both auctions will enjoy their fabulous prizes.

Bespoke artwork by Rob Bishop and Nathan King auctioned at the event

KidsOut would like to say a huge thank you to the Four Seasons Ball event committee, as this event would not have been possible without their help and support. The money raised at this event will be used as vital funds to continue to supply Fun Days and Toy Boxes to disadvantaged children throughout Greater London, helping KidsOut bring fun and happiness to disadvantaged children who need it most.

The date of the next KidsOut Four Seasons Ball is soon to be confirmed. Be sure to stay up-to-date with the charity’s social media channels for more details!

All photos on the night were taken by Chris Ongsiek.