Lately, Café de la Leche has been celebrating some very interesting reunions— last month, Amelia Pereyra celebrated the Hogar del Niño’s 16th birthday with a “Sixteen Candles” theme, Adriana and Andrea Feaugas’ hosted a “Pareo Party” back in August with their delicious hors d’oeuvre, and the time before that Gabriella Reginato and Zamira Logroño taught us how to cook in a mini-workshop! This Friday, Café de la Leche has joined forces with Amadeus Beauty Center in the Marina, mixing up philanthropy and beauty in a whole new way!
Amadeus Beauty Center, headed by Estela Martínez, has been around for a few years with centers here in the Marina and in Santo Domingo, with a list of noteworthy clientele that include Charytin Goico, Eva Luna Montaner (daughter of well-known singer Ricardo Montaner) and even Adamari Lopez to name a few. They recently moved to a bigger location in the Marina and have been remodeling to offer the very best to their clients with new services in the coming weeks.
For their official reopening this Friday, October 20th, they’ve decided to host October’s Café de la Leche! The event will offer many surprises for attendees including a raffle where you can win different services such as facials, massages, beauty products, and they will be giving out discount coupons! Men are welcome to come and join in all the fun too! It will definitely be a great way to start the weekend – contributing to a great cause and getting to know Amadeus’ attractive new location and services. We can’t wait to see you there! As always, please contribute RD$1,200 or the equivalent in milk or formula for the Hogar del Niño’s Crib Room.
What: October’s Café de la Leche at Amadeus Beauty Center
When: Friday, October 20th
Where: La Marina, Casa de Campo (close by the Yacht Club)
Time: 5:00—7:00 p.m.
Contribution: RD$1,200 or the equivalent in Milk & Formula
More information: Contact [email protected] or (809) 523.8901, (809) 556-3181
The Hogar del Niño is a children’s daycare and educational center for over 1500 children, located in La Romana town, just outside of Casa de Campo. Children from as young as just a few weeks old up to 18 years old are cared for and educated daily, from as early as 5:30am and staying as late as 7pm.
The organization also provides special schooling to over 75 hearing impaired and blind children, as well as a vocational school where over 235 students receive classes in different areas like: sewing; industrial preparation, installation and electrical maintenance; plumbing and management of computer office programs.