- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
The second Joint Security Annual Fundraising Event is going ahead on Wednesday, September 30, at the Grange City Hotel, a five star venue. The hotel has the Roman Wall running through the bar terrace and views overlooking the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. This black tie event will provide those attending the opportunity to network with colleagues, entertain guests or simply enjoy a relaxed atmosphere, whilst at the same time helping to support two charities.
The City of London Police Charity for Children and Embrace Child Victims of Crime.
The City of London Police Charity for Children is run for the benefit of children and young person’s for the relief of sickness, crisis, disadvantage or disability. Established in 1972, the charity has provided funds either for individual children or for groups to be used in various ways:
Specialist Equipment – for learning (computers, toys) or for around the home (adapted furniture) Activity Courses – to help improve social/communication skills or provide respite breaks for those who would otherwise not be able to go away, such as a recent day at St Georges Park for 12 schoolchildren from disadvantaged backgrounds. Play Areas – providing equipment for disabled children, enabling them to enjoy activities they otherwise wouldn’t be able to take part in. Schools – upgrading computers or funding specialist equipment – such as specialist bikes for children with Cerebral Palsy at Richard Cloudesley School. Sponsorship – we have in the past sponsored a team of disabled riders at local pony club events as well as two brothers who regularly represented Britain in disabled sports tournaments
Embrace Child Victims of Crime is the only UK-wide charity that focuses solely on young victims of crime and their families. With a range of practical and emotional support programmes, the charity helps children and teenagers who have been the victims of the most serious crimes.
Typically, beneficiaries have suffered life-changing crime – murder, sexual abuse and child neglect – with many experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder. From ‘cheer up’ gifts to family peer support and 1-2-1 specialist counselling, Embrace wants to ‘be there’ for as many young victims of crime as resources allow..
To secure tickets and a place at this very special event please ring us on 08453 707717 or email Helen@security-institute.org or click on this link https://www.security-institute.org/events/jsafe_2015
As this is a fund raising event we have a number of sponsorship packages available please contact Roy at the following e-mail address email@example.com