Rise Up For Sickle Cell – A black tie ‘slipped’ charity fundraising event presented by Sickle Cell Society (SCS) & Reverse Psychology London.
As heard on Vanessa Feltz’s BBC Radio London Breakfast Show
Tickets can be purchased here: bit.ly/riseupforsicklecell
Reverse Psychology London is partnering with the Sickle Cell Society to host ‘Rise Up For Sickle Cell’ a glamorous evening of celebration and fundraising on Thursday 22nd July 2021.
Hosted in the exclusive Home House private members, club, Rise Up for Sickle Cell will be a luxurious evening of music, art, fashion and more.
Following COVID-19 guideline changes, we have moved the event to Thursday 22nd July. If the government guidelines change again, ticket holders are entitled to a full refund so you don’t have to worry.
Upon arrival, you will be welcomed to this iconic venue with complementary drinks and delicious canapés, with chance to view the specially selected artwork on sale.
The evening will be headlined by a performance from legendary British singer-songwriter Roachford, DJ Femi Fem (Mi-Soul Radio, Young Disciples) as well as performances by surprise guests.
During the evening you will enjoy two more drinks & even more canapés with a cash bar & entertainment all night; fashion shows by Reverse Psychology London by STELLA MAE and SOBOYE, program of events with ticket.
We will also have an auction hosted by auction house Bonhams & raffle of fantastic prizes to help raise money for sickle cell.
The evening will officially end at midnight but the good times don’t stop there, with music and dancing open until 2am.
Dress code: Black tie ‘slipped’
The first few ticket purchases will be given a beautifully presented ‘England Our England’ Windrush generation social history book worth £25 presented by one of our stars at the event on the night.
General Admission: £150
Table Ticket (4 people): £500 (Save £100 when you buy a table for four people).
– Exclusive access to a private event
– ‘View from the Shard’ goody bag to take home
– Three drinks (the first welcome drink of fizz is 6-6.40pm)
– Delicious canapés
– Paid bar to continue to raise funds
– A chance to win fabulous prizes with raffle tickets throughout the night
You can also bid on a number of high-value items during the auction (including exclusive artwork), run by the international auction house Bonhams.
We have a range of sponsorship packages for all budgets each with their own rewards and adverts for your brand.
We are also looking for desirable prizes to be donated for the fundraising auction.
If you want to take up this great opportunity and support a good cause through sponsorship or donation, please email: email@example.com
Thank you for all your support!
Want to support our work but don’t want to become a sponsor or give an auction item? Why not donate instead?
Donating helps make this event even better and helps us minimise the costs and ensure that as much money as possible is raised to support our work.
“As a mother I relate first hand to the recent, tragic events in the news. Avoidance of future heartbreak drives me, on behalf of my own son, close family & other afflicted warriors.
The pain & levels of endurance needs to be aided & with your help now it can be, with immediate effect.
We reach out to you now, during desperate times to be part of something, successful & active, to support the Sickle Cell Society in continuing its work after 40+ years of service.
The ‘Rise Up’ event this July signifies much to be forward thinking about, coming at this significant time.
The Society represents many sickle cell warriors and REALLY needs your help, now & more than ever. Spare a moment & please see links for exclusive access, limited ticket sales for this intimate experience of fabulous entertainment & more info”
Photograph by Mark Anthony
The Sickle Cell Society is the only national charity in the UK that supports and represents people affected by a sickle cell disorder to improve their overall quality of life.
Reverse Psychology London was launched in 2018, and is a growing fashion line founded by London-based Stella Mae.