NBCS Foundation Charity Gala Dinner

7th March 2024

Old Trafford Football Stadium

Our 2nd charity Gala Dinner to support individuals caught in a cycle of addiction and criminal activity trough offender rehabilitation.

The NBCS Foundation is delighted to invite you to our 2nd Gala dinner to be held on the 7th March 2024 at Old Trafford Football Stadium.

FREE BAR all evening!

Be ready for an evening of glitz, glamour and great company including live music, entertainment, food, wine and a good dollop of competition. Our second event will demonstrate not only the impact our work will have on the cycle of offending and the lives it effects, but also the philanthropic nature that businesses and leaders are known for across our industry.

Hosting a table at our second event is the best way you and your business can make a difference. It is also a great way to entertain your clients, partners and members of your team!

The Phat CatsOne of the most sought after bands in the UK and Middle East, The Phat Cats have performed alongside some of the world’s biggest acts including James Arthur, Rita Ora, JP Cooper, Kylie Minogue, Nicole Scherzinger, Alesha Dixon, Backstreet Boys, Josh Groban to name a few…

 “Dynamic, fresh and oozing style”, they are sure to help make the night magical

FOOD & DRINKS 3 Course Meal & drinks a plenty

THE ULTIMATE AUCTION EXPERIENCE! With both a silent & live Auction there’s plenty of opportunity to bid on one-off items and experiences. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to take home a piece of history!

RAFFLE – a  chance to win some fabulous prizes!

BE INSPIRED and help us celebrate our first Community Awards and the inspirations people across our partnerships

To reserve your table email: sarah.bird@nationalbusinesscrimesolution.com

Our Charity Donors

Every life counts!

Crime and disorder is a significant challenge for many businesses and keeping their people safe is the number one priority.

Safety is put at risk every day by individuals who commit crime against businesses, but in many cases these individuals are trapped in their own series of negative behaviours, with addiction and substance abuse often being a factor; sometimes an impossible cycle to break.

The NBCS Foundation is a registered charity and has been set up to support organisations which offer a range of rehabilitation activities and treatments for individuals whose addiction has resulted in them committing crime against businesses. This approach is key to reducing offending and increasing safety across business.

To the NBCS Foundation and its family of stakeholders including Police forces across the UK we believe ‘Every Life Counts’ and we believe our work can significantly improve the lives of individuals across the UK while supporting a reduction in crime across the retail sector and a reduced demand on UK Policing.

Join the movement and lead the change!

How can you get involved?

Whether you are a business or individual, you can support the NBCS Foundation in a number of ways:

  • Donate to the charity to financially support the work done by the organisations to help improve the lives of those affected by addiction
  • Raise awareness and become an advocate for our mission, spread the word of our charity and vision across your community
  • Arrange a charity fund raising event to raise funds. Whether it’s climbing up a mountain, running a marathon or arranging a bake off (or something we have never through of yet), we welcome all sorts of activities that will help raise the profile and available funds for our charity.

If you would like to get involved today, please contact us at email us at enquiries@nbcsfoundation.org.uk

Partners and Beneficiaries

A welcome message from our Chairman, Stuart Toogood

I am a serving Police Officer with the West Midlands Police Service and the very proud Chairman of the NBCS Foundation.

In 2018, I created the West Midlands Police Offender to Rehab Programme, which is supported by the WMP OPCC and many businesses. This programme is all about rehabilitation. It serves to offer those prolific retail/business crime offenders in addiction the opportunity to attend rehab, as well as engaging in other recovery pathways. This has saved many lives, reduced crime, and prevented money going into the illegal drugs economy. It has also reduced incidents of threats/violence to shop workers. I am incredibly proud that the programme won the 2022 Howard League for Penal Reform Award (Adults & Policing Category). This is a highly prestigious award to receive and is testament of the programmes value.

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