Taking place on Saturday 20 October within the Corinthia Ballroom at the Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa in Attard, the event will help raise much-needed funds to send Maltese families with a seriously ill child on the holiday of a lifetime.
Tickets to this red-carpet event are priced at €75.00 per person, and include:
- a welcome drink and canapés from 18:30 hrs onwards
- a four-course gala dinner with free-flowing wine and water
- entertainment by an internationally-renowned cabaret artist (whose identity will remain a surprise until the night!)
The evening will also include a charity auction of artworks, experiences and accommodation vouchers, sponsored by Corinthia’s international sister hotels and other benefactors. Bidding on those Silent Auction Art works are open from 6 till 20 October 2018. Bids can be made directly at the hotel by completing an application form with offer or by email to Marisa Xuereb.
Finally, the evening will end with an after party, while a local celebrity DJ will see guests into the early hours of the morning.
"Over the past 11 years, Corinthia Palace Hotel has helped raise over €95,000 for Beyond the Moon through various events and fundraisers, including its popular Perfect Christmas Fair and Perfect Mothers’ Day Fair, as well as internal events. This sum has sent already 20 families on a cost-free vacation to destinations that allow children and their families to completely relax and enjoy quality-time together. We look forward to this gala dinner as the next step on our fundraising journey, and to welcoming guests for a fantastic night out that contributes to this very good cause," says Mrs Xuereb, Corinthia Palace Hotel's administration officer, co-host and Beyond the Moon Ambassador in Malta.
Those interested in attending the Beyond the Moon Fundraising Gala Dinner & Charity Auction can download and complete this booking form and email it to Mrs Marisa Xuereb. For queries, please contact her directly by email or mobile +356 9990 0004, as she is organising this event on our charity's behalf.
This event would not be possible without the help and sponsoring of: