Crimestoppers – the independent charity that gives people the power to speak up and report crime 100% anonymously – will host a Virtual Ball for Surrey and Sussex Volunteers Committee, to raise much needed funds for delivery of local crime reduction campaigns and to raise awareness of Crimestoppers.
This fun-filled evening event of entertainment will be held over Zoom with a host, live music talent, an award-winning magician, games, topical speeches and an impactful film.
- Date: Saturday 10th April 2021
- Time: 7.30-10pm
- Location: Your Home
- Dress code: Party attire
We can announce that part of the evening will include an exclusive live performance by Charlotte Campbell https://www.charlottecampbell.co.uk/, who has made a name for herself at various UK festivals, including Glastonbury and other international venues. Her singles ‘Streets of London’ and ‘Songbird’ have won her much acclaim.
There will be a magical performance from Theo the Magician https://www.magictheo.com, an award-winning party entertainer and member of the prestigious Magic Circle and Equity. His bespoke show for our evening will include fire, interaction, audience participation with guaranteed amazement and fun.
Added to this line-up is Hiba Elchikhe who plays Pritti Pasha in the musical ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’. She has numerous theatre and musical credits to her name and will do an exclusive act for Crimestoppers.
An auction supported by Crimestoppers Surrey and Sussex Volunteers Committee will take place. Lots will include: a personally written message by Peter James, the internationally acclaimed author and Patron of Crimestoppers Sussex, in his latest book; an afternoon tea for two at The Grand Hotel, Brighton and the opportunity to spend a day in the life of a firefighter.
Tickets are £11 per household and are available via Eventbrite – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/crimestoppers-virtual-ball-tickets-145228669861
Since 1988 Crimestoppers UK has listened to millions of people, which has led to over 151,000 people being brought to justice, £139 million worth of stolen goods being recovered and £367 million worth of illegal drugs being seized, all helping to make communities safer.
Crimestoppers takes over a thousand calls a day by people who are vulnerable, scared, or afraid of the consequences of sharing what crime information they know. We are and always have been inclusive, we don’t judge – we are here for everyone who needs us, anonymously. We believe everyone has a right to feel safe from crime. In Surrey, we have played our part by supporting local communities through running campaigns about crimes that concern them the most. These have varied from burglary, knife crime, county lines, modern slavery, drink driving, drugs and many more.
Every region of the UK has a Crimestoppers team responsible for raising awareness of our charity, who run local campaigns about issues that affect their area.
To speak up anonymously, our UK Contact Centre is open 24/7 on freephone 0800 555 111 or use our secure online form at Crimestoppers-uk.org. In over 33 years, we have always kept our anonymity promise to the millions of people who have shared their crime concerns and information with us.
Fearless is the youth service of Crimestoppers charity and works to empower young people to make informed decisions about reporting crime via fearless.org. The website also give advice for young people on how to stay safe.
For more information, please contact the Crimestoppers Press Office by emailing email@example.com