The Kaleidoscope Trust Annual Gala Dinner is the Trust’s major fundraising event of the year.
The generosity shown at our previous Gala Dinners has helped to fund our work with activists around the Commonwealth in country and toward Commonwealth institutions as well as our public engagement with UK policy makers.
The evening is an excellent opportunity for you to meet the Kaleidoscope Trust team, hear about the impact of our work and also enjoy entertainment.
By sponsoring this event your organisation will have the opportunity to gain positive visibility and acknowledgement of your commitment to the human rights of LGBT in difficult settings in low and middle income countries where external support is needed the most. We offer a range of attractive sponsorship packages.
Our sponsorship packages have been carefully selected to ensure organisations and individuals are able to maximise on the opportunities available whilst being mindful of budgets.
Gala Sponsorship range from £20,000.00 (dual sponsorship) to £35,000.00 (sole sponsor)
Silver Table £3,000, Gold Table £5,000, Platinum Table £7,500 (10 seats)
Tickets range from £350 (Silver) £550 (Gold) £800 (Platinum) each
Advertising in the event programme starts from £1,00.00
If you are unable to attend, you can still make a donation here.
A sponsorship pack can be downloaded here.
For all sponsorship enquires please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For all media enquiries, please contact us at email@example.com
With Thanks to our 2016 Sponsors and Supporters
Ernst & Young, EUK Consultancy, Fingleton Associates, Hyatt Regency London, J.P.Morgan, Pink News (Media Partner), The Providores and Tapa
Andrew Nicolls & Ted Wilson, Baroness Barker, Dan Gillespie Sells, David Mooney, Her Excellency Perla Perdomo, Hippodrome Casino, ITV, Julian Clary, Margot James MP, She Soho, Square Peg Media, Sue Perkins and Taliare London
With special thanks to Anthony Watson, John Roberts, Lord Cashman, Philippa Drew, Troels Levering and Simon Millson.
Previous Guests and Supporters include:
BNY Mellon, Burberry, Christopher Biggins, Dawn French, Google,
Graham Norton, Paul O’Grady, Lord Alli, Lord Cashman, Lord Glendonbrook,
Michelle Collins, Newlon Housing Trust, Oak Foundation, Paul Gambaccinni, Rt.Hon John Bercow, Unite the Union
and many more...