Classic Ibiza at Tatton Park is delighted to be supporting Francis House Children’s Hospice, a local charity that provides care and support for children, young adults and their families living with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions across the North West.
Francis House supports around 2,000 people at any one time with respite care, homecare, specialist sibling support, end of life care and emotional and bereavement support. Based in Didsbury, the charity provides a lifeline to more than 550 families in the Greater Manchester region. Children, young people and their families are welcomed into a friendly, home from home environment where every moment counts and where they can make precious memories.
Francis House’s Kate Puć: “We’re absolutely delighted to be part of this event and thank Revival Productions for the opportunity to raise vital funding, helping us to keep the doors of your local children’s hospice open so we can continue our special work and care for all the children and their families that rely on us. Francis House needs £4.7 million a year - a herculean task at present.”
There will be various fundraising initiatives taking place on the evening, including a £2.50 donation from every set-list lanyard sold, a recommended £5 donation from press and guest-list entries, as well as collection points at all entry and exit gates. Further funds will be raised at the Francis House shop, selling a range of fun merchandise.
Classic Ibiza’s Lisa Ward: “It’s great to have teamed up with Francis House to support the inspirational care they provide to young people and their families around Manchester. Demand for our show at Tatton has been strong, so we hope to raise considerable funds for this extremely worthy cause.”