The Sentebale 2017 Christmas Carol Concert
Sentebale host a Christmas Carol Concert in the stunning surroundings of St Mary Abbots Church on Kensington Church Street
On Monday 11th December Sentebale hosted an evening of festive fun to celebrate and raise awareness of the charity’s work with children and young people affected by HIV in southern Africa.
The programme included an array of ever popular Christmas carols, together with performances from soprano Laura Wright, one of the biggest selling classical artists of this decade, and the St Mary Abbots Primary School choir. Olivia Grant, star of hit Channel 4 drama series Indian Summers, and Sentebale Ambassador Adam Bidwell, read at this special event.
Immediately after the concert, guests were invited to join Sentebale for seasonal refreshments, kindly supported by the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group.
Proceeds from the Carol Concert
All proceeds from the 2017 Sentebale Christmas Carol Concert supported Senteabale’s work for children and young people affected by HIV in southern Africa.
Sentebale’s Saturday clubs now reach over 4,000 children and young people living with HIV with the tools and knowledge they need to manage the virus and live a full, happy, healthy life. At the same time, our residential camps enable those young people who continue to struggle with their HIV-positive status to receive intensive support in a safe, secure environment, whilst making friends with peers facing similar challenges.
Fundraising initiatives like the Carol Concert enable Sentebale to continue the delivery of this vital work, and give even more children affected by HIV the bright future they deserve.