ABL Are Giving Back – The Bling Fling 2019

On 3rd May 2019 the second Bling Fling took place raising £22,000 for the incredible Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.

Three hundred businesswomen from across West Yorkshire attended the charity lunch held at The Arches in Dean Clough.

ABL Business was honoured to be part of the committee alongside a group of other incredible businesswomen, all working together to put on this spectacular event for a second year running. We wanted the ladies who attended to have a great time and be inspired to dig deep and donate to the wonderful Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.

We joined the committee to support the marketing efforts of the event, providing Social Media, PR and Graphic Design just to name a few.  Alex Beardsley said “It’s great to be apart of this event again, Forget Me Not work so hard to support many families of children with life shortening illnesses. We wanted those attending the event to have an enjoyable evening, let their hair down and raise lots of money.

“We believe that it’s important to give back to the community, supporting those who need it. One of our key values is ‘being human’, and you can’t be human if you don’t use your commercial advantage for a wider positive purpose.”

There are many ways in which you can get involved with The Bling Fling 2020 and the main way is by sponsoring the event. This is a great opportunity to promote your business in front of 300 businesswomen and get mentioned across The Bling Fling’s Social Media accounts and in the press.  

We are grateful to all those who donate prizes and gifts each year to help make the event what it is. If you want to help, we have set sponsorship packages or there is the opportunity to create your own sponsorship package, let us know how you want to get involved.

If you’d like to get involved in the next Bling Fling or want to find out more information please get in touch with marketing@theblingfling.co.uk

The total raised topped the success of last year’s Diamond Bling Fling. With a glittering jewellery theme, the first event brought in £17,750 for the hospice, which supports families of children with life-shortening illnesses.