Leading ladies of Belfast help Cleaver Fulton Rankin to raise £6,822 for The Prince’s Trust at Bingo BellesJune 6, 2014
Cleaver Fulton Rankin are delighted to have raised almost £7,000 in aid of The Prince’s Trust at a posh ladies Bingo event Bingo Belles held at Ten Square Hotel on Thursday 5 June
Hosted by Cool FM’s Pete Snodden and Downtown Radio’s Kirstie McMurray leading ladies from a number of organisations including banks, accountants and agents enjoyed a sparkling drinks reception, followed by a 3 course gourmet meal. Throughout the evening there were 3 games of bingo with fabulous prizes on offer for the winners.
Guests also had the chance to win fantastic raffle prizes donated by hotels, restaurants and stores across Northern Ireland.
Cleaver Fulton Rankin chose The Prince’s Trust, which works help change young peoples lives in Northern Ireland, as its Charity of the Year for 2014 and to date have raised approximately £10,000.
Patricia Cronin, Associate Solicitor, who organised the event along with Assistant Solicitor Judith Jones said, “Cleaver Fulton Rankin would like to extend our thanks to everyone who supported our Bingo Belles evening and helped us raise funds for our Charity of the Year, The Prince’s Trust. Bingo Belles has made a considerable impact to our fundraising total to date. Other fundraising efforts so far this year include competing in marathons and cycling events as well as a curry club, monthly dress down days and bake sales, with more events planned for later in the year. Our staff have been delighted to be involved and contribute to fundraising ideas that have made a direct and tangible contribution to local young people in need of support.”
Northern Ireland companies including Mackey Opticians, Lisburn Road Dental and Implant Clinic, Phil Smyth Photography, Bingo Magic , Galaxy Bingo, and many other sponsors also helped to make the evening a success by providing sponsorship and support.
Pictures from the event are available to view by clicking here