The Anne Frank Trust
Annual Lunch 2021
Thursday 21st January
Online: 12.00pm – 1.00pm
Enjoy from the comfort of your own home or office
Dame Cressida Dick, Metropolitan Police Commissioner
You are warmly invited to our 19th Annual Lunch which marks Holocaust Memorial Day.
This year because of COVID19, we have transformed our much-loved event to an online experience, which you can enjoy from the comfort of your home or office – with an option for lunch to be delivered – all whilst honouring all those who have suffered in the Holocaust and modern-day prejudice.
Hosted by BBC presenter Jo Coburn, the Lunch will showcase a new music film by our Anne Frank Trust Young Ambassadors who call for an end to prejudice with composer Pete Letanka and vocals from the English National Opera. Our guest speaker will be Dame Cressida Dick, the first female Metropolitan Police Commissioner.
Dame Cressida has over 35 years of public service, the majority of which she has spent in policing, overseeing a wide variety of high-profile and complex policing investigations. In 2009, Dame Cressida was the first woman to be appointed an Assistant Commissioner of the UK’s largest police service, the Metropolitan Police, going on to become the 28th Commissioner in 2017. The first woman to hold the post.
We do hope you will join us for our 19thAnnual Lunch, which is very generously supported and hosted by Mrs Daphne Schild and family.
Tickets are £30 per household to include a commemorative brochure and candle so you can join the Candle Lighting Ceremony. Catering options will be available.
If you would like to host a small gathering at home or in your office, we can provide a private chef. Tickets are £150 each. If you are interested in this option, please contact Chantelle Morgan, Events Manager at email@example.com