The Lord Mayor's Green Dinner

May 31st 2022

The Lord Mayor Alderman Vincent Keaveny and Lady Mayoress Amanda Keaveny will be hosting the Green Dinner on Tuesday 31 May 2022 in aid of The Lord Mayor's Appeal.

Held at Mansion House, the event will combine various green aspects of Alderman Vincent Keaveny's mayoralty; his Irish background, his environmental aims for the mayoralty and the construction industry. The event will include a champagne reception, three course dinner, live and silent auction and entertainment.

Born and raised in Ireland, the Lord Mayor is celebrating and championing Ireland – and the City’s relationship with Ireland – throughout his mayoralty. This is part of his Mayoral theme – People and Purpose: Investing in a Better Tomorrow which also embraces another form of ‘green’ – meaning sustainability. A core part of the mayoral year is delivering on our commitment to Green Finance and amplifying the City’s role in delivering sustainable social investment and fighting climate change. But it’s not enough to just be green and hope others follow – we need to celebrate the success of other sectors turning green, too. Therefore, the Lord Mayor is actively promoting sustainable construction, supporting companies who encourage building with renewable and recyclable resources and materials. Come and join us at The Lord Mayor’s Green Dinner to embrace the challenge of being green and celebrate the sustainable plans, products and services that is making the UK the envy of the world.

Standard tables of ten cost £5,000 and Premium tables are £7,500.

Premium tables at £7,500 include the following:

  • One table of 10 guests
  • Table in a prime position
  • Company name and logo displayed on your table
  • Logo on TV screens around the room
  • Half page advert in the evening’s programme
  • Logo on the thank you page in the evening’s programme
  • Logo on The Lord Mayor’s Appeal website
  • Mentions on social media channels including Twitter and LinkedIn

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Source: The Lord Mayor's Appeal