We’re hosting The Arsenal Foundation’s flagship annual fundraiser, A Night To Inspire, on Thursday night.
The men’s and women’s teams will join over 300 guests for a night in support of projects that use the Arsenal name to inspire young people in north London and overseas.
Arsenal fans Dara O’Briain, Holly Willoughby and musician Passenger are expected to be in attendance, alongside The Arsenal Foundation ambassador Bob Wilson.
Individuals from our football therapy sessions with Freedom from Torture and the Arsenal Amps will be present, alongside a number of other beneficiaries.
Children from Skinners’ Academy, where we recently funded and opened a new all-weather pitch, will put on a steel drum performance to welcome guests.
Dermot O’Leary will then guide guests through the evening, which will include a live performance from Rudimental and a food menu designed by Raymond Blanc.
The night will raise funds for the many projects we support locally, as well as our ground-breaking Coaching For Life programme with Save the Children.
Over the past seven years, Save the Children and The Arsenal Foundation have worked together as one team to transform children’s lives.
Together we have built pitches in some of the world’s toughest places so that 35,000 children who have faced violence and hardship can have a safe space to play.
Keep up to date with all the news from the night via Twitter at @AFC_Foundation and Instagram via @Arsenal_Foundation and follow #NightToInspire
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