Screen Shot 2016-05-24 at 15.52.59Middlesbrough Football Club Foundation is delighted to announce the date of their ‘Foundation 20’ anniversary dinner.

Held across the hospitality suites at the Riverside Stadium, the black tie event is taking place on Friday 11 November 2016 and will celebrate the 20-year history of MFC Foundation, the official charitable arm of Middlesbrough FC.

BBC radio presenter Gary Philipson is host for the evening, which will boast fine dining, music and entertainment. Guests can have their photo taken in the ‘20s-themed moon booth, make a bid at silent and live auctions and much more.

The event will bring together some famous Boro faces, and will look back on two decades of raising aspirations on Teesside.

Chairman Steve Gibson established the charity – then known as MFC in the Community – in 1996, using the draw of the Boro badge to improve the lives of people on Teesside.

Now, twenty years later, the Foundation works in four key themes; Education, Health, Social Inclusion and Sport Participation, providing a host of programmes and initiatives and engaging with more than 35,000 people each year across the Tees Valley.

Tickets for the ‘Foundation 20’ event are £65 per person, or you can reserve a table of ten for £600.

For bookings or more information, please email enquiries@mfcfoundation.co.uk or call 01642 757674.