Brazil World Cup Winner & Arsenal Invincible Gilberto Silva signs up for Gala Dinner 2015

We are delighted to announce that Brazil World Cup Winner, Arsenal Invincible and SCU Ambassador Gilberto Silva will be our special guest at our 2015 Gala Dinner at the Emirates Stadium taking place next month on Thursday 19th November.

The Gala Dinner will celebrate our impact so far and look forward to an Olympic year in which we will hold the first-ever Street Child Games.

Gilberto Silva visiting Team Brazil Girls in Rio

Gilberto Silva visiting Team Brazil Girls in Rio

Gilberto Silva said, “I’m honoured to be heading home to Arsenal to support the work of Street Child United. Their Street Child World Cup is something I will never forget; the children said I AM SOMEBODY and I was deeply moved.

Now I’m a proud Ambassador and in 2016 we will host the Street Child Games in Rio and once again use the power of sport to celebrate the potential of every child, no matter their background, to reach their full potential.”

Gilberto Silva will join special guests including host for the evening Sky Sports presenter David Garrido, and friends of Street Child United for a night of Brazilian themed entertainment and auction prizes including Usain Bolt’s signed trainers.

Tickets are still available and we would love you to join us: Single ticket £150 and a table for 10 £1500.

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Street Child United Gala Dinner 2015 Invitation WEB

Gala Dinner 2015
Thursday 19th November

Reception drinks – 6.30pm
Dinner – 7.30pm
Dancing – 10pm until late

Dress code: Lounge Suit

To download an invitation click on the link below.
Street Child United Gala Dinner 2015 Invitation

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