Pulse function band were thrilled to be invited back by SiMBA for their charity ball in the Edinburgh Suite of the Sheraton Grand celebrating 10 amazing years of this wonderful charity
SiMBA was started 2005 in recognition of babies, thus the importance of acknowledging a baby that has died, that the baby is a part of a parent’s life and part of a family. They have seen firsthand the importance of the gift of the Memory Box and guiding parents though this devastating time. SiMBA are now able to spread to other maternity hospitals the Memory Box project giving guidance to staff on their concept and all helping to make a difference.
The “Memory Box” is a treasure chest of mementos such as “the blanket of love”, birth acknowledgement certificate, hand and foot prints and in some cases photos. SiMBA relies heavily on the generosity of and assistance from its supporters. Every penny that the charity receives really does make a difference. There are many ways in which you personally or your business can get involved and support this fantastic cause. Click the logo to find out how.
In May 2012 SiMBA was honoured to announce Scottish broadcaster Grant Stott as their first Patron and his enthusiasm and commitment to SiMBA has been invaluable. Pulse were delighted to share the stage as Grant hosted a fantastic evening with his usual charm and professionalism.
Pulse were proud to provide the entertainment for the SiMBA 10th Anniversary Ball in the prestigious Sheraton Grand Hotel in Edinburgh. A fantastic evening was had by all. Pulse Function Band enjoyed playing for such a lively crowd. We’ve shared some of our best videos and photos below.
Pulse play Alone to a fantastic crowd at the SiMBA 10th Anniversary Ball
Pulse play Hard To Handle at the SiMBA 10th Anniversary Ball
Pulse play Walkin’ On Sunshine at the SiMBA 10th Anniversary Ball