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170 years of YMCA Exeter!
Posted on: August 16th 2016
Section: Member news

To celebrate 170 years of YMCA Exeter, we are hosting a special evening of celebration at the beautiful Woodbury Park Hotel and we would love for members of Exeter Chamber to join us!


YMCA Exeter currently provides over 25,000 nights of accommodation every year to young people experiencing homelessness. Many of our young people have experienced neglect, family breakdown and social anxieties yet since our founding in 1846, we have been passionate about equipping them with the tools they need to achieve economic independence, to thrive and to contribute positively to society.


Tickets are £50.00 per person and tables of ten are £500.00. Your party will each receive a welcome drink, a three course dinner with coffee and the opportunity to dance the evening away with The Bootleg Swing Band. There will also be a Silent Auction of ‘Things Money Can’t Buy’ with an exciting variety of lots and we will tell you of the ways you can support YMCA Exeter for another 170 years to come!


The tickets are available now. So if you are looking for an opportunity to reward your team, entertain clients or just fancy treating a loved one, then we would be delighted to host you at our most wonderful anniversary celebration! Alternatively if you are able to offer a prize that unique to your firm for our Silent Auction then please let us know. Contact / 01392 410530 /

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