The Solidarity Salad is a tasty, healthy and charitable starter created by Cap Vermell Group now three years ago with a clear solidarity aim. The number of these salads sold this year rose as did the final donation.
The amount raised totals 8085 euros and the recipient of the funds is Aspanob (Balearic Island Association of Parents of Children with Cancer).
This morning, on 20 November, Jaume García, Cap Vermell Group Director of Operations, and Franck Sibille, Director of Park Hyatt Mallorca, will be handing over the solidarity check to the President of Aspanob, Jaime Coll.
As stated by the non-profit association, all of the funds raised will be used "for the psychosocial programme offered to all families for free". The programme includes a series of shelter flats in Palma and Barcelona, psychological support, music therapy sessions, in-home education services, economic aid to pay for prosthetics and medications not covered by the national social security system, hospital improvements, recreation and free time activities, summer school...
This charitable act is part of all the actions carried out by Cap Vermell Group throughout the year in line with its firm corporate social responsibility policy. Solidarity is one of the identity marks and cornerstones for this business group headquartered in Canyamel.
This charitable initiative began three years ago with a double goal. On the one hand, to encourage a healthy and balanced diet and, on the other, to promote solidarity among customers to benefit those most in need.
The Cap Vermell Solidarity Salad has been on the menus at the restaurants Vintage 1934, Hedonist Club, Balearic and at the Pool Bar at Park Hyatt Mallorca.
In all, 1402 salads were sold from May to November. The beneficiary of this initiative, the Aspanob Association, was founded in 1987 by a group of parents of children with cancer in order to work to enhance quality of life for their children and families. To date and after more than 30 years of history, it is one of the most active associations on the islands.Cap Vermell