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This Saturday, December the 29th, Casa de Campo’s elite will gather at Casa Grande in Casa de Campo for Emilia and J.Pepe Fanjul’s annual Cocktail benefit fundraiser, held in aid of the Fundacion MIR and the Hogar del Niño.
As in past events, throughout the evening there will be a raffle of several special items which have been donated for the event. Some of these items have been donated by Everett Designs, a beautiful piece by Oscar de la Renta amongst others.
There’s still time to buy your tickets! Entry into the cocktail benefit can be purchased with Carmelin Baez for USD $150 and the raffle tickets are USD $10, you can also purchase them the same night of the event. We encourage you to go since it’s a wonderful opportunity to help two charities which are working hard to educate the young people of La Romana.
Hope to see you all there!
BENEFIT COCKTAIL HOSTED BY EMILIA AND J.PEPE FANJUL
When: December 29th, 6:30 – 9:00pm
Where: Casa Grande, Casa de Campo
Tickets: Cocktail USD$150
For tickets and information please contact: Carmelin Baez Tel: 809-523-7118 or 809-523-8771 Email: [email protected]
The Fundación MIR is a non-profit organization which works to provide education to the children of the greater La Romana area, who are most in need. They run 3 schools; the MIR Esperanza (boys vocational school), the Escuela Técnica Vocacional Fundación MIR (girls vocational school) and the Primaria MIR (infants school).
For more information on the Fundación MIR and to make a donation, visit their website: www.mirinternational.org
To make a donation contact the MIR office in Casa de Campo (809-523-8270) or in West Palm Beach (561-366-5095). Donations are tax deductible for US Citizens!
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.