Irwin Mitchell Hosts Musical Masquerade Ball

Manchester Law Firm Supports The Prince’s Trust

12.08.2014

David Shirt, Press Officer | 0161 838 3094

A group of volunteers are donning their masks for a spectacular masquerade ball to raise vital funds for The Prince’s Trust.

A team of 10 volunteers and support staff from law firm Irwin Mitchell’s Manchester office is organising a Musical Masquerade Ball on 25 September at The Hilton  Deansgate in the city which will be a black tie gala dinner to raise awareness and funds for the charity.

The event is part of The Prince's Trust Million Makers initiative which is a national competition, challenging teams of employees to come together and raise £1 million in aid of the Trust.

On the night a number of performers will take to the stage including artists and musicians from the Manchester Jazz Festival and the Manchester Camerata.

The event is open to all to attend and individual tickets are priced at £80 and tables a table of ten is £750. Tickets can be purchased by emailing one of the Irwin Mitchell volunteers, Melissa-Lee Griffin. All proceeds will go to the charity.

The Prince’s Trust helps young people across the UK who are not in education, employment or training. In the past year, the Trust has supported 58,000 unemployed 13 to 30 year olds by giving them the skills and assurance they need to help with find work.

Christopher Perrin, Partner and specialist property litigation lawyer from Irwin Mitchell’s Manchester office and one of the volunteers, said:

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We are very proud to be taking part in the Prince’s Trust Million Makers initiative this year and are looking forward to the challenge of hopefully raising a substantial amount of money for the charity.

“We hope that the people of Manchester will come together and support the event to make it a fantastic evening for all and raise much-needed funds to help young people across the country.

“The work that The Prince’s Trust does up and down the UK is truly remarkable and each year they help and support thousands of young people who are struggling to find their career path. We hope to continue working with the Trust in the future.”
Christopher Perrin, Partner

If you are unable to attend the ball and would like to make a donation to the fantastic cause, please click here.