After the success of last year’s inaugural event, Daddy Daughter Charity Ball is bringing together fathers and their daughters for a charitable cause. The second edition will take place on Saturday, September 5th, 2020, at the Cesianu-Racoviță Palace (Artmark’s headquarters) in Bucharest. The funds raised from the event will provide 500 children education trough art.
The father-daughter relationship plays an important role on the education children absorbs during the early years, but also while growing up with all the challenges life throws their way as they become responsible members of society. The aim of our event is to celebrate the special relationship between fathers and daughters while immersing the little ones into a life of purpose, leadership, and philanthropic service.
Proudly supported by Nordis, a real estate investment group with 12 years of experience, our event will take place on on Saturday, September 5th, 2020, at the Cesianu-Racoviță Palace (Artmark’s headquarters) in Bucharest.
“At the inaugural edition last year, we enjoyed a beautiful day alongside our daughters. We left all worries aside, took a break from business meetings and other responsibilities and we dedicated half a day only to our daughters at a fairytale ball thrown just for them. Regardless of age, I believe it is imperative to offer our children a good example of how charitable funds are raised for the benefit of less fortunate children, helping them benefit from art and cultural education,” declared Mike Costache, co-founder of Daddy Daughter Charity Ball.
The funds raised at our event will benefit 500 children attending Art Safari Kids, an educational program that facilitates access to creative workshops and art exhibitions for children ages 3 to 12 from both private & public schools, kindergartens, orphanages and daycare centers. Art Safari Kids will take place at the 7th annual Art Safari exposition on September 11-20, 2020. The past six editions of Art Safari welcomed 163,000 participants and 10,500 children benefited from the art workshops.
“Given the uncertain times we are now living through, the members of the Organizing Team decided to organize a zero-based budget event, meaning that we called upon our network and our own pockets to make sure that ALL money raised goes straight for the charitable cause and none to pay for the ball. Anyone interested to lend a hand may do so by making a direct donation of money, services or products,” added Mike Costache.
The organizers were mindful of the mothers as well and arranged for them to relax at a SPA in Bucharest, which became a partner of the event by donating part of their services.
Given the more relaxed Covid measures, starting with today, September 1st, the organizers made available the maximum allowed tickets (50) and the event sold out right away. For additional information, please visit www.daddydaughter.ro and the social media accounts of the event: Facebook, Instagram or Linkedin.