Charity Dinner 2013
Charity Dinner 2013 Ain Society will be havingt our Charity Dinner 2013 on Saturday, 27th April 2013. The event which will be held at Orchard Hotel will be graced by Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong as our Guest- of - Honour for that evening. Attending this dinner will be Ain supporters, key members of the business community and prominent personalities. Our Master of Ceremonies is Mr Brian Richmond, the popular DJ at Gold 90.5 FM.
The theme for this year's Charity Dinner is Touching Lives, Moving Hearts. Join us for this event in support of our new Serenity Service Centre which provides chronically ill children and cancer patients with emotional, financial and spiritual support through the activities that we conduct. We have also been tasked to give support to the many senior citizens residing at the rented flats around our centre. We serve the community regardless of race, language or religion and our beneficiaries are mainly either retired, jobless or from the low income group.
We would like to appeal to the public for your kind consideration to support our cause and our fund-raising effort. Each table is priced at $3000 which includes an invitation to the dinner for a table of 10 persons.
Besides using this dinner to raise funds for our programs and services, we are also using this platform for individuals and organisations to buy tables to sponsor any disadvantaged groups who may otherwise have little chance to attend such dinners.
Kindly consider sponsoring one table for senior citizens from old folks home or orphans from orphanages or any social service agencies of your choice. Your sponsorship will create a rare opportunity for these underprivileged groups to attend a meaningful and memorable event as well as a chance to enjoy a good meal.
Full tax deductibe (2.5 times) receipts will be issued for the purchase of dinner tables and/ or outright donations. Your generosity and contribution will go a long way in helping us continue our humanitarian works and enhance the quality of life of the less privileged in our society.
For any enquiries, please feel free to contact Mr Leslie Teo at 90882266 or email firstname.lastname@example.org