A massive congratulations to Nicola and all involved for such a hugely successful Charity Ball last weekend to raise money for FSID. It was an honour to have been a part of it. http://www.alexanderscharityball.co.uk
The Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths is the UK’s leading baby charity aiming to prevent unexpected deaths in infancy and promote infant health.
Performing alongside a great selection of entertainment including Magician Mark Waddington and Grosvenor Fun Casino was an absolute pleasure.
In total the event raised a staggering £16,000 in memory of the tragic loss of Nicola’s son Alexander.
“I wanted to say a Massive Thank You to you all for Saturday night. The band were AMAZING and I don’t think I’ve seen a dance floor fill up so quickly ever! My guests loved the whole thing and the band certainly made an impression on them.
I had hoped for target of £15,000 for this year but we’ve exceeded that with £16029 which is overwhelming and I Thank You for being a part of it.
Func On The Rocks perform at a variety of Corporate Events up and down the country. Most recently at Headingley Carnegie Stadium to help raise money for the Princes Trust.
Do you have an event coming up that could be the highlight of everyone’s social calendar? Func On The Rocks can provide the perfect mix of Soul, Motown, Pop, Rock and Funk to get your guests up on their feet at the end of the night.
The last of the English summer was smiling down on us for a great day at the Walk of Smiles charity event. Thank you so much to everyone who attended and helped support such a worthy cause.
80% of the money raised from the 10km sponsored walk will go to Martin House Children’s Hospice, while the rest will be used by Bethany’s Smile to support children with life-limiting and life-threatening illnesses.
We bumped into local celebrity Leeds Rhino mascot Ronnie enjoying the day.
Func On The Rocks are delighted to have been asked to take part in a fundraising event organised by the charity Bethany’s Smile to support children with life limiting/life threatening illnesses and their families.
The 10km Walk of Smiles will be held on 8th September 2012 at The Old Ball Pub in Horsforth, Leeds from 10.30am. We will be there from around 2pm to welcome the fundraisers back from their long walk with some uplifting live music.
The day will also be filled with fun-packed activities for the whole family, including a bouncy castle, face painting, BBQ, live entertainment, raffle, tombola and much more! Everyone is encouraged to dress in either outfits to make people ‘Smile’ or lots of colour, so please come along and show your support.