Will you be boarding IT's Orient Express?

This year's Intellect ICT Industry Charity Ball, backed by Computer Weekly and the Worshipful Company of Information...

This year's Intellect ICT Industry Charity Ball, backed by Computer Weekly and the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, aims to raise more than £30,000 to help autistic children.

The annual gathering takes place on Thursday 8 July in a luxury marquee in the grounds of the Honourable Artillery Company in the City of London.

The theme for this year's ball is "a night on the Orient Express", 1920s/1930s style, with celebrities, dancing, cocktails, a sumptuous dinner, fairground rides, entertainers and more, to provide an evening that the IT industry will not forget.

The money raised through the event will provide an educational centre of excellence for the Treehouse Trust, a London-based charity which works with children with autism.

The sponsors for this year's ball include IBM, Microsoft, Intel, Cable & Wireless, Messagelabs, Anite, Butler Group, Banner, and Orient Express Trains and Cruises.

A table for 10 at the ball costs £1,450 plus VAT, although individual bookings are also welcome. For more information contact Tina Compton at Intellect

020-7395 6711

tina.compton@intellectuk.org
This was last published in June 2004

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