Find A Better Way Announces Launch of Pioneering Regenerative Medicine Proposal at Gala Dinner

Manchester United and England football star, Sir Bobby Charlton CBE, was joined by one hundred and sixty guests including HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, warzone photographer and triple amputee Giles Duley, Invictus Gold Medallist, David Henson, Dutch soccer legend Edgar Davids  and FIA Formula E world championship motor racing driver Katherine Legge for a star studded gala dinner to support Sir Bobby’s landmine charity, Find a Better Way on Thursday 23rd October.

Business leaders from across the city joined leading medical researchers and the charity’s supporters and trustees at The Rosewood Hotel, High Holborn. On the night the charity unveiled a pioneering 20 year humanitarian research proposal in conjunction with Imperial College and Georgia Tech, which aims to provide the re-engineering of biological replacement limbs.

High profile guests including corporate sponsors and supporters such as AIG, AON and XL heard  from the charity’s key spokespeople about its latest ambitious fundraising project which sets out to transform the lives of those living with the devastating effects of landmine trauma.

Commenting, Sir Bobby Charlton; “Tonight was about saying thank you to our loyal friends who continue to support the charity and its work, to hear the stories of those living with the devastation of limb loss and to showcase our ground breaking research programme that will improve the lives of thousands. I am very proud of the work we have done so far and how the charity continues to go from strength to strength.”