Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope is excited and thrilled to be hosting a BIG PINK PARTY charity dinner on 6th May to celebrate 10 years of living with hope and courage since the Hope family’s tragic incident in 2007.
In the incident, Sarah Hope lost her mother and her daughter Pollyanna became an amputee. Pollyanna has been an inspiration to her family and those who know her ever since. It hasn’t been an easy journey, but Pollyanna has received prosthetics and the medical care she needs to not just walk, but also dance, run and do the most impressive acrobatic movements.
Unfortunately there are many tragic stories of child amputees in other countries, who have never had access to decent medical care or to prosthetic limbs and after care. A vast majority of them do not go to school and they live very isolated and lonely lives.
Sarah and her twin sister Victoria founded ELoH to give hope to these children. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, hundreds of children are now walking, going to school and living bright and happy lives.
May the 6th will also mark the sixth year anniversary of the charity – and we hope you will help us celebrate this occasion!
In buying a ticket to the BIG PINK PARTY charity dinner, you will be giving child amputees a real chance in life and will undoubtedly bring smiles to many faces.
The charity dinner and party is going to be a truly joyful event, hosted by Sarah, Victoria, and BBC Radio’s brilliant Eleanor Oldroyd. The ticket price includes a champagne reception, a delicious three course dinner and live music by Jamestown. The entertainment will continue throughout the evening with special guest appearances! There will be some fantastic prizes up for auction on the evening too.
So please come along to celebrate with us and have an amazing, fun filled evening! Find all information and buy tickets here!!