Once again this year, the hotel Park Hyatt Mallorca in Canyamel will be the setting chosen by Cap Vermell Group to hold its now traditional Projecte Home Balears benefit gala dinner.
It's an event that brings together outstanding figures from Majorcan society as well as people of renowned national prestige who are regulars at this charity dinner such as Teresa Baca, Enrique Solís, Alejandra Domínguez and Roberto Sánchez, among others.
This will be the third consecutive year for the benefit gala dinner and the ultimate aim is to equal or exceed, if possible, the success of the two previous editions.
Hosted by the multifaceted Majorcan communicator, Joan Monse, the evening will be full of glamour, gastronomy, famous faces, live music and many surprises.
There will be time for everything as well as speeches and words of thanks from the CEO of Cap Vermell Group, Toni Mir, and the founder of Projecte Home Baleares, Tomeu Català.
The work of this non-profit organization, which is one of the most active and with the longest history on the Balearic Islands, focuses on preventing and treating drug addictions, fighting social exclusion and encouraging projects that make it possible to insert people in these situations into society and the job market.
The delicious dinner, which will be preceded by a cocktail with views of Canyamel Valley and the sea, will be prepared by the group's executive chef, Fernando Palomino, and Park Hyatt Mallorca's chef, Gregory Goulot.
Live music will be provided by Apache Gospel & Band. A DJ will be liven up the end of the party inside the hotel well past midnight.
This charity initiative is part of the decisive corporate social responsibility policy promoted by Cap Vermell Group, the aspiration and intention of which is to continue reinforcing it year after year given that its ongoing commitment to society has become a basic cornerstone for its corporate identity.Cap Vermell