IT is set to be an incredible night.
Childline Andalucia is launching its first charity fundraiser event in 2016 at the Hotel Tamisa Golf Mijas on May 21.
The event will include a three-course meal, half a bottle of wine and entertainment for just €35 per person.
Performing at the event are none other than the Jersey Boys, playing at a reduced price and sponsored by BRS, at the venue provided by John Peach, with other sponsorship from Chug at Aladin La Cala.
The charity, which launched officially in December, works to help troubled teens and kids with nowhere to turn.
It was set up by Manilva expat mother-of-four, Tracey-Leigh Bennett, who realised there was a serious need for multilingual support for young people in Spain.
“At the event, we will be able to present and share our vision for Childline Andalucia to 200 guests with a three course meal, great music, lots of dancing and a raffle/auction, all to raise vital funds to install and maintain our multilingual, free, helpline service for kids up to 19 years old in Andalucia,” Bennett told the Olive Press.
For further information, and tickets, call 655 825 683 / 602 447 017 and the website can be found at www.childlineandalucia.org .
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