The 74th Monaco Red Cross GalaPublished on 01.08.2023
On Saturday 29th July 2023, in the presence of T.S.H. Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene, accompanied by Ms Camille Gottlieb, Head of the Youth Section, 800 guests attended the 74th Monaco Red Cross Gala in the prestigious Salle des Etoiles at the Monte Carlo Sporting.
To open the evening, masters of ceremony, Alice Taglioni and Yann Antony Noghès presented the actions of the Red Cross which operates both nationally and internationally. Iconic images representing the actions of the Monaco Red Cross, as well as a film about its activities were projected in front of the guests.
This prestigious event featured dance, fireworks, and a tombola for the benefit of the Monaco Red Cross consisting of six magnificent prizes, including a first prize donated by H.S.H. Princess Charlene, Vice-President of the Red Cross. As the clock struck midnight, Robbie Williams set the room alight as he performed his greatest hits.
This year, the Belgian artist Philippe Geluck, a true one-man band, cartoonist, comedian, actor, radio and TV personality, donated one of his works: “Red Cross Cat”, his famous cat which he displayed holding a red cross between its paws.
The Monaco Red Cross is delighted that the evening was such a success and would like to thank all those involved in the event, as well as all the partners for their generosity: Maison CIRIBELLI, Maison AUDEMARS PIGUET, Mr and Mrs Roberto POLITO, Sabrina Monte Carlo, Bank Julius Baer (Monaco) and Maison KRISTENSEN.
A gala marked by a spirit of generosity which raises funds every year so that we are able to continue welfare activities locally and emergency actions internationally.
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