Primary Care Professionals, a leading and award winning Hertfordshire based medical recruitment consultancy hosted a Charity Ball on Friday July 15th in aid of Sense, a national charity that has been supporting and campaigning for children and adults who are deafblind for the past 60 years.
The Primary Care Professionals Charity Ball was held at the stately Knebworth Barns, a fabulous venue on the Knebworth House Estate, which was magically transformed into a stunning setting for a very glamorous fundraising black tie event. Tawhid Juneja, the MD and founder of the company says “It was a great night and with our auction of some very desirable items and a game of Heads and Tails before dinner, our very generous guests helped us to raise £5,000 for Sense, which is such a great cause.
“The Charity’s Ambassador and Director of Fundraising Sarah Lee joined us with Sue Turner, a parent who the charity has helped and who is now a Trustee. They both spoke from the heart about the fantastic work that Sense does and how it helps families as much as those affected by deaf blindness or who are sensory impaired. I think everyone had a great night, we raised a lot of money and we all partied until the early hours.”
Sarah Lee, Director of Fundraising at Sense, says: “We’re incredibly grateful to Primary Care Professionals and everyone who attended the Ball. The evening was a great success and the funds raised will enable us to continue our work to support deafblind people to live full, independent lives.”
Primary Care Professionals has previously raised funds for Sense for its two rescue donkeys, Bonnie and Clyde, who now live at the Sense stables near Peterborough.