General room view of The Brain Charity Roaring 20s Ball 2022

The Brain Charity’s Ice Ball raises nearly £20,000

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The Brain Charity’s 2022 Ice Ball proved to be our biggest and best fundraiser…so far!

Thanks to our sponsors and guests, we raised almost £20,000 – and hosted Liverpool’s first Eurovision party with our special guest Sonia, who raised the roof with her special live performance.

In total, the event raised an income of £19,273.75 – including more than £6,000 raised in fundraising on the night.

That is equivalent to…

  • More than 6,400 coffee morning attendances 
  • Social activities, workshops and classes for 3,854 people
  • Nearly 2,000 hours of weekly befriending calls
  • 770 life-changing counselling sessions
  • 385 hours of hospital-based information and advice

If you missed out on the icy cool entertainment, watch the video below to check out the highlights of the evening.

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All we can say is that Liverpool’s best Christmas party for 2023 will be even more extravagant…and something very different!

We will be announcing our plans very soon, and we will be offering a discount early bird offer for our supporters, via our website shop.

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Thanks once again to all our supporters, sponsors and suppliers who made 2022 a night to remember – and get ready for a big announcement soon for 2023!

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Enjoying  The Brain Charity Roaring 20s Ball 2022
Revellers at The Brain Charity’s 2021 ball

Any questions?

To discuss sponsorship opportunities or raffle prizes for our 2023 event, please email

Alternatively, call Tui Benjamin Thorp, Head of Fundraising, on 07851 260 470 or Rob Watson, Community Fundraising Officer, on 0151 207 8517.

Categories: Events, Fundraising

Published: 28 December 2022