You are invited to join Black Powder Gin and Rossall School at a charity evening raising money for those affected by the war in Ukraine.
The sole purpose of the Black Powder + Rossall School Stand With Ukraine Charity Event is to raise much-needed funds to support essential Humanitarian Aid via the Red Cross along with providing ongoing support for Rossall School's Ukrainian Community Hub - see further details below about the event and charitable causes.
50% of the ticket price along with all proceeds taken on the bar from the evening will be donated. (please note we do not send out physical tickets - your electronic receipt is proof of purchase and secures your booking)
WHEN DOES THE EVENT START?
Event Commences at 7.00pm With Arrivals from 6.30pm
Last Orders At 11.00pm, the venue closes at midnight.
HOW WE INTEND TO HELP
Rossall School is leading the way in terms of supporting young Ukrainians caught up in the current humanitarian crisis.
The School has responded decisively and quickly: at least six additional Ukrainian children will join the school at the start of the summer term and this is one aspect of an extensive programme of support that includes a Community Hub.
This enormous commitment is only possible due to the extraordinary generosity of a School community that has come together to actively respond to those in need.
Current pupils are raising money to support relief operations in Ukraine itself whilst the wider Rossallian community has contributed to a fund established in order to support a small number of Ukrainian children for as long as is needed.
The School has gone one step further by sponsoring a family from Kharkiv.
Yuliia and her two sons Oleg (8) and Volodymor (3) who arrived at Manchester Airport 7th April where they will be greeted by members of the School community who have spent a number of days restoring a three bedroomed property on the School site.
Yuliia and her children have experienced an incredibly difficult journey to get here. As their ‘letters of permission’ took a little while to process, they travelled to Ireland to stay with the Headmaster’s sister-in-law Caroline Dennehy, and her husband Tom, in County Cork.
Within twenty four hours of arriving, Tom was teaching the boys how to hold a hurley stick! They are amongst the very first families to arrive in the UK under the ‘Home for Ukraine’ scheme.