UK RAIL’S BIGGEST FUNDRAISER
The Railway Ball transforms the lives of vulnerable children who live alone, at risk on the streets, through money raised in support of Railway Children.
To date, it has raised over £7m, since the annual fundraiser began in 2000. It comes after a record-breaking £500,000+ was raised at last year’s Ball, hosted by Bill Bailey. Money raised will enable the charity to provide protection and opportunities for children with nowhere else to go and nobody to turn to.
27th November 2020
London The O2
Doors open 6:30pm
2019 Theme Space Odyssey
To boldly party where no one has partied before
The 2019 theme, Space Odyssey, provided an opportunity to journey through time and space with our sci-fi discothèque. Music, dancing and the very best cocktails are always to be expected; plus, for this year, for one night only, a theme of galactic proportions.FIND OUT MORE
Rail Warrant of Approval
As a mark of recognition for The Railway Ball and its support of Railway Children, UK Rail heavyweights Mike Brown MVO (Commissioner, TfL), Sir Peter Hendy CBE (Chair, Network Rail), Paul Plummer (Chief Executive, Rail Delivery Group) and Mark Thurston (CEO, HS2) encourage you to lend your support.
Read what they have to say in this high profile pat on the back.
Industry Principals Endorse Ball
Where Your Money Goes
How You Help
The Railway Ball is an annual fundraiser, championed by the UK Rail industry, that enables Railway Children to change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people.
Every year thousands of young lives across the UK, India and East Africa become unbearable through poverty, abuse, violence and neglect.
Money raised from the Ball has provided care for over 270,000 children, before they become entrenched in street life.FIND OUT MORE
Make It Another Record Year
Secure your place at this celebrated rail event. If you’re looking for ‘wow’ factor networking, this is it.
Railway Ball sponsorship builds positive brand awareness, drives customer loyalty and engages with a targeted audience.SPONSOR