Prince Harry & Prince Seeiso host Summer Party

On Wednesday 7th May 2014, Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso will host the Sentebale Summer Party at The Dorchester, Park Lane, London.

The evening is to mark 10 years since the Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso made their commitment to helping the vulnerable children of Lesotho.

In 2004, Prince Harry visited Lesotho on his gap year and was shown around the country by Prince Seeiso. Overwhelmed by the poverty and hardship faced by many children together they decided to set up Sentebale, which means ‘forget me not’ in Sesotho, with the aim of giving some of the most vulnerable children the chance of a happy, hopeful future.

Today, Sentebale works in partnership with local community-run organisations, other NGOS, local government ministers and chiefs to provide healthcare and education to thousands of children who have been affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic and extreme poverty.

The Sentebale Summer Party will include a VIP drinks reception and dinner, followed by recognition awards to celebrate key individuals and organisations that have shaped the charity into what it is today. Guest will enjoy entertainment from the very latest magical act, Troy, music from award-winning soul singer and songwriter Joss Stone and straight from The Bodyguard to perform with Joss, Beverley Knight.


Joss Stone at Forget Me Not Dinner, Dubai. Chris Jackson/Getty Images

Follow the event on Twitter using #SentebaleParty.

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