LADIES are being invited to a stylish afternoon event in Glasgow’s Radisson Blu Hotel on Saturday, June 18th to help raise funds for Ypeople.
The Y Ladies Lunch and Fashion Show, now in its second year, will see 150 lucky ladies enjoy an afternoon of fine dining, fashion and shopping, with all funds raised going directly to some of the country’s most vulnerable and disadvantaged people.
Rage Boutique Hyndland will be the feature of the fashion show this year, with entertainment provided by singing sensation, Andrew McAteer, and MC extraordinaire, Greg Summers.
Those attending will enjoy a glass of bubbly, lunch, and the opportunity to peruse and purchase from a large selection of retail stalls, including Clarins for John Lewis, Miglio Jewellery and Bustle lingerie.
Ypeople – formerly known as YMCA Glasgow – is a registered charity which extends support to vulnerable groups and individuals, including the homeless, refugees, asylum seekers and young people living in Glasgow, East Kilbride, Falkirk, Lanarkshire and Edinburgh.
Joe Connolly, chief executive of Ypeople, said: “We are delighted to be holding the Y Ladies Lunch and Fashion Show again this year. This event is a perfect opportunity for ladies in the city to get together and enjoy a stylish afternoon of fashion and shopping in the luxury surroundings of the Radisson Hotel.
“This event is being hosted for an excellent cause, and the funds we raise will go directly to Ypeople’s services, to continue to support some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of our society.”
Tickets to the Y Ladies Lunch and Fashion Show cost £40.00, which includes a glass of champagne on arrival, a two course lunch with ½ bottle of wine per person, tea and coffee with pastries, fashion show, entertainment and access to a selection of retail exhibitors.
For tickets, please contact Debbie Fraser on 0141 565 1520 / email@example.com
Further information about Ypeople is available at www.ypeople.org.uk
Issued by The BIG Partnership on behalf of Ypeople
For more information contact Nicola Macnaughton on Nicola.firstname.lastname@example.org or 0141 333 9585 / 07725 638 246
YMCA Glasgow was founded in 1824 and now operates across the central belt of Scotland.
The organisation rebranded in November 2010 as Ypeople. Ypeople employs over 180 staff and provides a wide range of services including:
- Work with vulnerable young people and others in our supported accommodation residences
- Undertaking detached, outreach, resettlement and support work with people of all ages who are, or have been, at risk of being homeless
- Work with asylum seekers and refugees in residential and community settings
- Out of school and other child-care provision
- Supporting arts in the community
MEDIA RELEASE posted by The BIG Partnership. You too can post media releases (aka press releases) on allmediascotland.com. For more information, email here.