Park Hyatt Mallorca Hotel, owned by Cap Vermell Group, was once again the scene of one of the most eagerly-anticipated charity events of the Majorcan summer. For the second year running, this was the location chosen by the business group to hold a gala dinner in aid of Projecte Home Balears.
The evening was filled with glamour and elegance, familiar faces, fine dining, surprises, good music and, above all, solidarity. There were many well-known names from Majorcan society who, in response to an appeal from the Cap Vermell Group represented by its CEO, Toni Mir, and its Communications Director, Lucila Siquier, had no intention of missing out on this event in aid of charity that this year has managed to raise a total of 15,000 euros.
Personalities from the business, hotel and legal sectors on the island took part in the gala dinner, such as Carmen Planas (Cabe), Paula Serra (Grupo Serra), Francisco Martorell (Asima), Juan Carlos Fluxà (Lotusse), lawyers Jaime Colomar and Jaime Campaner, the presenter Esteban Mercer and the influencer and designer Meredin White, with the clear objective of contributing their grain of sand to help fund the hard work carried out, for more than 30 years now, by the Fundació Projecte Home Balears.
Prestigious figures of Spanish and international renown were also there, such as the businessman Enrique Solís, the model Teresa Bacca, the influencers Ariel Diéguez and Ariel Medeiro ‘Los Arys’, the German creative Joerg Zuber and the TV presenter Javier Castillo ‘Poty’ and his wife, Isabel Navarro, a casting director at Warner, who also didn’t want to miss out on this charitable gathering.
In fact, it was ‘Poty’ himself who was in charge of leading the gala after the thank-you speeches delivered by Toni Mir, CEO of Cap Vermell Group, and Jesús Mullor, Chief Executive of Projecte Home Balears.
The work of the Asociación Projecte Home Balears, one of the most active organisations with the longest history in the Balearics, focuses on the prevention and treatment of addictions, the fight against social exclusion and fostering projects that make the integration of people who find themselves in this situation back into society and employment possible.
The delicious meal, preceded by a cocktail with views to Canyamel Valley and the sea and created by the business group’s Head Chefs, Fernando Palomino and Gregory Goulot from the Park Hyatt Mallorca, was serenaded by the wonderful performance of one of the most international Israeli musicians, Sagi Rei.
Over 150 guests enjoyed an evening full of appreciation, a great atmosphere and surprises that rounded off - still in full swing - in the ‘Ca Nostra’ space in the hotel.
This initiative falls within the robust corporate social responsibility policy promoted by Cap Vermell Group, whose aspirations and wishes are to continue strengthening it year after year, as its firm commitment to society has made it a fundamental pillar of its business identity.Mallorca