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Join Silva And Blues Team At Our Gala Dinner

Everton Football Club manager Marco Silva and his squad of first-team players will host a gala dinner to raise vital funds to build a permanent mental health facility in the shadows of Goodison Park.

Taking place at the Rum Warehouse at the Titanic Hotel on Tuesday 12 March, the glittering event will be attended by the entire Everton first-team squad and is in aid of ‘The People’s Place’, a ground-breaking mental health project which will benefit some of the most vulnerable members of the local community.

The People’s Place Gala Dinner will give those in attendance the opportunity to find out more about Everton in the Community’s mental health work in the last decade as well as hearing from key figures across the playing squad who have witnessed the charity’s work first-hand.

The gala dinner will be the only black-tie event in the Club’s calendar this season, with guests encouraged to add a touch of Everton Blue to their outfits.

The evening will see guests enjoy a drink on arrival followed by a sumptuous three-course meal and an all-inclusive drinks package.

Entertainment will include live music as well as a silent auction and raffle to generate funds for The People’s Place.

With a fundraising target of £1million, The People’s Place will become a delivery site for Everton in the Community’s existing mental health programmes and enable signposting to other services such as suicide awareness and prevention.

The People’s Place will provide an overarching service to anyone, regardless of age, gender or location, to promote positive mental health alongside support related to suicide awareness and prevention.

Tickets for this event are priced at £210 (inc VAT) with sponsorship packages also available which can be discussed in more detail with our Hospitality team.

For more information or to purchase tickets click here or call 0151 530 5300.

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