Tables are now on sale for one of the north of England’s most successful charity events, Crypt Factor 2020, and any potential acts who want to perform in the property industry’s annual singing competition, are urged to sign up now.
Next year’s event will be held at Elland Road on Thursday 19th March and Candid PR is providing PR support once again.
The show’s organising committee and main sponsors, comprising of Bruntwood, Gent Visick and Pinsent Masons, are currently looking for solo singers, as well as girl and boy bands, to complete the line-up of acts.
More than 900 property professionals were at this year’s event and helped raise a staggering £88,000, for local charities St George’s Crypt and The Leeds Fund, which is managed by Leeds Community Foundation.
St George’s Crypt put some of the money towards its new residential scheme in Hyde Park near Headingley, which is the first of its kind in Leeds, and houses homeless people who are recovering from addictions, as they prepare to live independently. The development, known as Regent Lodge, consists of 14 self-contained studio apartments and opened this summer.
With over 37,000 people in Leeds affected by loneliness, the contribution to The Leeds Fund enabled Leeds Community Foundation to support community-based projects that build a happier, healthier and more connected city. They helped a range of people who are lonely and need support including young people, older people, asylum seekers and refugees and those who may be considering taking their own lives.
TheBusinessDesk.com is the Crypt Factor’s official media partner and the event’s stage set-up, lighting and sound is provided by Sparq, which is a division of Saville Group.
Anyone wanting further information about Crypt Factor, to express an interest in singing, or reserve a table, should contact firstname.lastname@example.org or follow the event on twitter @cryptfactor.
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