3rd Annual ‘All the World to One Child’ Dinner Gala

Benefits Friends of the Orphans

Mistress of Ceremony Pamela Silva Conde, Co-anchor of Primer Impacto, Univision.
Photo by Gio Alma

Saturday, October 20, 2012, from 7 to 11 p.m.
JW Marriott
1109 Brickell Avenue, Miami
305-663-6211

On October 20, Friends of the Orphans, named a four star charity by Charity Navigator, will hold its 3rd annual fundraising dinner gala, “All the World to One Child,” at the JW Marriott. Pamela Silva, Co-anchor of Primer Impacto on the Univision Network will be Mistress of Ceremonies. The event will feature a red carpet entrance, a delicious dinner, an open premium bar provided by Bacardi, an inspirational story by special guest pequeño Dr. Merlin Antunez, live music by Spam Allstars and a phenomenal silent auction. A Cartier Chronograph timepiece with steel pink dial, valued at $3,750, and a 10 day/12 night European Cruise for 2 onboard the Celebrity Equinox or Silhouette, valued at $5,800, are two of the event’s raffle highlights. The star-studded evening will attract over 300 guests.

The 2012 gala is sponsored by Federal Express, Hogan Lovells, Bacardi USA, Equinox Cruise, Eduardo Palmer Law Firm, Harper Meyer Law Firm, AR New York and Avianca. For more information regarding corporate sponsorships, please call Friends of the Orphans at 305-663-6211. Individual tickets are $150 or $1,500 for a table of ten. Seating is limited. More information about Friends of the Orphans can be found at www.friendsoftheorphans.org.

About Friends of the Orphans

A 40-year-old nonprofit organization with six regional offices in the United States, Friends of the Orphans supports a network of nine Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH, Spanish for “Our Little Brothers and Sisters”) homes and their outreach programs in Latin America and the Caribbean. Together, Friends of the Orphans and NPH transform the lives of orphaned, abandoned and disadvantaged children by creating families for life through values of unconditional love, shared responsibility and education. This enables children to transcend poverty and grow into caring and productive members of their communities.

Since its founding in 1954, NPH has assisted nearly 16,000 children and currently cares for more than 3,700 in Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru. In 2010, NPH outreach programs, including the premier pediatric hospital in Haiti, assisted one million children and adults. By making a difference in the lives of the children through volunteer and donation opportunities, our supporters’ lives are enhanced as well. For more information about Friends of the Orphans, please visit www.friendsoftheorphans.org.