Robinson College (University of Cambridge) to host inaugural #powerof657 Charity Dinner

Posted on August 11th, 2015

Robinson College Cambridge is set to host a special Charity Dinner in aid of The Muscle Help Foundation on Wednesday 30th September 7pm, the night before clic+ 2015 kicks off, a conference and exhibition, educational and networking event for those who organise meetings and conferences globally.


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#powerof657 Charity Dinner - HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR TICKETS?


The inaugural #powerof657 Charity Dinner includes a delicious three-course dinner with matching wines together with a special auction with various prizes with all funds raised on the night going to the charity.

  • Tickets for this dinner are priced at £50.00 + VAT per person
  • A table (based on 10 guests) is £500 + VAT
  • Accommodation for the evening can be purchased via the clic+ 2015 website
  • Click the image above and follow the links to register and buy your tickets


Michael McGrath (pictured below), CEO of The Muscle Help Foundation and also the first and currently only disabled person in the world to have successfully led expeditions to both the North and South Poles said:


“I am delighted to be taking part at this year’s clic+2015 event at Robinson College. I look forward to engaging hearts and minds in sharing more about the work and impact of the charity. I attended clic+2014 last year and was impressed by the rich content, execution and opportunity to network. This year, we’re thrilled to be the sole beneficiary from the #powerof657 Charity Dinner. I’m confident that by the end of the evening’s proceedings, every guest will not only be a #powerof657 advocate but will also want to join our Muscle Warrior tribe in supporting future activities.”



  • MHF’s latest national campaign (which lends its name to the dinner) ie. the #powerof657 reinforces the charity’s aim is to deliver a total of 657 ‘Muscle Dreams’, one for each muscle in the human body
  • As of August 2015, 205 Muscle Dreams have been delivered
  • Since launching, the #powerof657 campaign has seen a 129% increase in web traffic with a reach in excess of 5.2 million
  • MHF’s preferred minimum donation of £6.57 reflects its new tiered giving levels that encourage sponsors to for example donate £657 or perhaps set-up a unique #powerof657 corporate challenge to raise £6,570 in return for headlining one of its signature Muscle Dream programmes



Follow: @musclewarrior @ClicPlus2015

Use hashtags: #clic15 #powerof657


#powerof657 Charity Dinner - HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR TICKETS?


Lydia Drukarz, Director
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