Businesses asked to help children’s dreams come true

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SPONSORS are urgently needed to help support a vital cause.

Chichester-based charity Give 4 Beth helps disabled children and their families, through financial assistance, to achieve life-changing dreams.

“This can vary from such things as having a specialist piece of equipment installed at home, to helping to pay for a life-altering operation,” said chairman Rich Sherwell.

“We’re open to any way in which we can to help change young lives for the better.”

On Saturday, March 21, the charity has a race day at Fontwell Park racecourse.

Rich is looking for businesses to get in touch which would be interested in becoming a corporate sponsor for the day.

There has to be a minimum of four sponsors for the big day, with seven races in total that can be sponsored.

Three are currently signed up, but at least one more needs to be found so the day can go ahead. Sponsors also get ten free premier tickets into the racecourse on the day.

From this price, the charity will also receive a 25 per cent donation, which Rich described as ‘fantastic’.

“The charity is extremely keen on getting local businesses involved and businesses that will see the charity grow in the coming months and years,” he said.

The day involves a two-course buffet lunch, including a private bar, a raffle, auction and seven jumps races.

To find out more about the event and to get in touch with Rich, visit www.facebook.com/Give4BETH.