About the event
Harper Performance CIC have the pleasure of inviting you to our inaugural fundraising dinner to raise funds for Project Uganda in support of aspirational footballers in Northern Uganda.
Our guests will be presented with a delicious dinner in a beautiful riverside venue in South West London, unique live entertainment and a live auction. Of course, you’ll also enjoy the great company of your fellow HP supporters, international footballers, our band of amazing ambassadors and members of the HP Projects team.
** Dress Code **
Black tie with a hint of red, yellow and/or black (the Ugandan flag).
Why should you sponsor?
The Project Uganda Fundraiser is raising funds for our projects in sub-Saharan Africa - an incredibly impactful and worthy cause for any organisations passionate about equality and sport.
'Project Uganda' is the first of three projects in sub-Saharan Africa activated under 'The KANJU Projects' umbrella - a group of projects focussed on small-scale, high-impact organisations that are already supporting aspirational sportsmen and women from some of the most deprived regions in the world. Harper Performance are working in collaboration with the Football-For-Good Academy in Gulu, Northern Uganda to build capacity and combat one of the most pronounced instances of inequality in sport.
Attendees and guests to the Project Uganda Fundraiser will include a glut of professional athletes, including international footballers, businesspeople from a plethora of industries and politicians and diginitaries from both Uganda and the UK.
HARPER PERFORMANCE CIC is an SEUK certified non-profit social enterprise providing performance-support services and consultancy to aspirational athletes, teams and sports organisations across the world.
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We exist to combat inequality in sport and fiercely champion the underdog, specialising in the provision of relevant, accessible, sustainable and locally-driven performance support to athletes and organisations hamstrung by logistical, economic and sociocultural barriers to sporting excellence.