Terrence Higgins Trust launches first ever Supper Club at Home sponsored by PinkNews
Terrence Higgins Trust has launched its first ever Supper Club At Home fundraising campaign sponsored by PinkNews.
For more than 10 years, the HIV and sexual health charity has hosted its annual Supper Club, a glamorous dine-off at which dozens of London’s top restaurants donate a private table for Terrence Higgins Trust supporters. Last year, around 500 guests took part in more than 40 dinner parties, with tables at Gauthier Soho, Galvin La Chapelle, and The Square.
At this year’s event, on Wednesday 6 November, guests will make a donation of £175 a head, all of which will come to the charity. In return, they will be treated to a prestigious dinner, before being chauffeur-driven to a star-studded after-party at One Mayfair for cocktails, entertainment and dancing.
Supper Club at Home expands this concept, by inviting supporters to host a night of delicious food and fabulous company in the comfort of their own home. Parties will ideally take place between Monday 4 and Sunday 10 November. All hosts have to do is hold a fabulous event in their home and ask their guests to donate what they would have paid for a meal at their favourite restaurant to Terrence Higgins Trust. The money raised will be used in projects for people living with and affected by HIV.
To help hosts organise their Supper Club at home, Terrence Higgins Trust will provide a number of resources, including beautiful invitation and place card templates, and exclusive recipe cards by Michelin starred chef Angela Hartnett.
Sonya Trivedy, director of fundraising at Terrence Higgins Trust, said: “We’re delighted to welcome PinkNews on board as official sponsor for Supper Club At Home. We’re off to a great start, and our supporters have already been sharing with us some of the fantastic parties they have planned. If you and your friends have a good idea for your own fun night in, please sign up today and help us raise funds to improve the lives of people affected by HIV.”
Benjamin Cohen, the publisher of PinkNews said: “PinkNews is really pleased to be working with THT on this important fundraising event. It is a great opportunity for our readers from all around the UK to support the work that this amazing charity does.”