The third edition of the Projecte Home benefit gala dinner, organized by Cap Vermell Group at the hotel Park Hyatt Mallora, exceeded all expectations by raising a total of 15,220 euros.
This sum will be fully used for the treatment, prevention and research programmes the association operates at its various sites throughout the Balearic Islands.
The charity event, which was held on the evening of Saturday, 27th July, gathered 130 people, many of whom had already participated in the previous dinners and all of them with a spirit of solidarity and committed to improving society around them.
A number of famous faces wished to make a difference by joining the cause. Attending were representatives of the island's tourism, business and healthcare sectors as well as people of renowned prestige in the country such as businessman Enrique Solís and his partner, Alejandra Domínguez; model and communicator, Teresa Baca; influencer Noemí Navarro; model Javier Lorenzana and his partner, Mery Espiga, a designer and model, and the well-known stylist and personal shopper, Roberto Sánchez.
The delicious dinner, which was preceded by an outdoor cocktail with views of Canyamel Valley and the sea, was supervised by Park Hyatt Mallorca Executive Chef, Gregory Goulot, and prepared by the prestigious chefs from Cap Vermell Beach Hotel (Fernando Palomino), VORO (Álvaro Salazar), Asia (Tae Rodríguez Yamaguchi), Tapas (José Miguel Martínez) and Balearic (Óscar Pardo).
The multi-faceted Majorcan communicator, Joan Monse, even dared to try out a bit of magic while hosting the event which featured live music by Apache Gospel & Band.
There were moments of thanks. During their speeches, both Toni Mir, CEO of Cap Vermell Group, and Tomeu Català, founder of Projecte Home Balears, thanked everyone present for their humanity and goodwill as solidarity is an attitude that is to be highly valued nowadays.
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 as its ongoing commitment to society has become a basic cornerstone for its corporate identity.
The work of the foundation Projecte Home Balears, 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.Cap Vermell