KINDHEARTED parents hope to raise thousands of pounds for a charity that has helped their disabled child.
Parents Alice and Chris Snell are holding a black-tie ball to raise money for the Rainbow Centre, which is in Fareham.
The charity has helped their son Felix, who has cerebral palsy.
They are holding the do on Saturday, September 27, at Tournerbury Woods estate, Hayling Island.
Mrs Snell said: ‘What The Rainbow Centre gives Felix is huge.
‘The routine and physical activities have undoubtedly had a huge impact on his development this year.’
Sarah Guild, from the Rainbow Centre, said: ‘We’re very excited. It’s a chance to showcase the best of what we’ve got and to celebrate the centre.
‘We’ve had an amazing journey over the past year.’
There will be live music and entertainment, plus fundraising games with prizes, a charity auction and tombola, on the night.
For more details and ticket prices call (023) 8038 2970.
The Rainbow Centre supports children and adults with cerebral palsy and adults who have had a stroke or have multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s or a head injury.