15 Oct, 2015 @ 10:22
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Western Costa del Sol networking event to donate all proceeds to charity

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Nuevo Hogar Betania feeds the homeless and vulnerable

THIS month’s Shaw Marketing Services’ networking event for the Western Costa del Sol will donate 100% of its proceeds to providing free meals for the homeless and vulnerable.  

Nuevo Hogar Betania feeds the homeless and vulnerable
Nuevo Hogar Betania feeds the homeless and vulnerable

The bilingual networking event, aimed at connecting local businesses in a friendly environment, will be held on Wednesday 21 October in Pueblo Nuevo, Sotogrande.

Entry costs €5 and includes activities and refreshments, with all the money going to Nuevo Hogar Betania charity, based in La Linea de la Concepcion.

Each entry fee will allow the charity to feed two very vulnerable people, with the overall target to fund at least 100 meals.

The event is being supported by San Roque Town Hall, Specsavers in Marbella and the Hairy Lemon in Sotogrande.

Marketing expert Georgina Shaw, organising the event, said: . “I strongly believe that all businesses should make a positive impact on their community and our October networking event will be a great way to support businesses while raising much-needed funds.

“We hope as many people as possible will come and take part,” she added.

The event will take place from 6:30pm to 8pm in the Sala Multiusus, next to the church in Pueblo Nuevo.

All businesspeople are welcome. To register, email manilva@shawmarketingservices.com or RSVP on Facebook ShawMarketingServices.

Tom Powell

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