The National Association of General Practitioners are set to host a black-tie gala charity ball in Limerick on the 24th September in aid of the Mid West Simon Community. The inaugural ball will take place in the Strand Hotel starting with a drinks reception at 6pm followed by dinner and live music by Sugar Factory. Keanes Jewellers, Dromoland Castle, boutiques and restaurants will provide spot prizes on the night. Lyons in Limerick have offered a three-month lease on a new Jaguar as a prize.

Mid West Simon reaches out to people who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or experiencing housing difficulties. The charity works with people in the spirit of cooperation and community, and campaigns for legislative and policy changes in order to put an end to homelessness. All proceeds from this event will benefit the Mid West Simon Community. Mid West Simon Community covers Limerick, Clare and north Tipperary and the charity helps thousands of people. They include people who are sleeping rough, homeless families, children in low income families, women experiencing domestic violence, addicts, people from marginalised communities, people coming from emergency accommodation, institutionalised care or places of detention. Homelessness can now affect people of all ages from all walks of life.

All involved would also like to thank Duncan Casey and his teammates in Munster Rugby who are lending their support and joining us on the night as well as those local business who have pledged their support to date.
Tickets are on sale now for €100 per seat. Tickets can be bought here or by calling the NAGP on 01 562 0607.