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Gala Dinner To Celebrate 30 Years Of EitC

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Everton in the Community will celebrate its 30th anniversary in February and to mark this fantastic occasion, the Club’s official charity is hosting a star-studded Gala Dinner.

Taking place at the prestigious St George’s Hall on Tuesday 13 February, the glittering charity gala dinner will be attended by the entire first-team squad and will look back on Everton in the Community’s key achievements over the past 30 years. Those in attendance at the exclusive dinner will have the opportunity to hear from individuals who have been supported by the charity’s life-saving programmes as well as interviews with key figures from across the playing squad and Club who have witnessed Everton in the Community’s work first-hand across Merseyside.

The exclusive gala dinner will be the Club’s only black tie event of the season and will see guests will enjoy a drink on arrival followed by a sumptuous three-course meal. The evening’s entertainment will include live music as well as a silent auction and raffle to generate vital funds to enable Everton in the Community to continue its ground-breaking work throughout Liverpool.

Standard ticket prices start at £180 including VAT and VIP tickets are also available at just £216 including VAT which will see guests arrive to a ‘Blue carpet’ entrance as well as access to a drinks reception with first-team players and prime seating.

A variety of sponsorship packages for the evening are also available and can be discussed in more detail with our Hospitality team. For more information or to purchase tickets visit or call our Hospitality team on 0151 530 5300.

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