Montbel for children's rights with Ai.Bi.
Appointment for the Christmas Charity Dinner Il Bello che fa Bene – La notte delle luci at the Blue Note in Milan on December 13th.
The 22nd edition of Il Bello che fa Bene charity evening will take place on Wednesday, December 13th, starting at 7pm in Milan’s historic Blue Note Jazz Club. The Ai.Bi Amici dei Bambini Association is hosting an event to support and protect children’s right to a happy childhood. This year’s theme is the night of lights (La notte delle luci).
Montbel has once again contributed to the excellent solidarity initiative called Il Bello che fa Bene after twelve consecutive years. The Friulian company, known for its high-design seating, donated the Sofia armchair by Edi & Paolo Ciani, signed by celebrities during the 80th Venice Film Festival, to Ai.Bi. A unique item will be auctioned during the event, hosted by Max Laudadio, a well-known TV personality who has always supported social work. The auction proceeds will support Ai.Bi.’s mission to help abandoned children in family difficulties, ensuring their right to childhood.
On the occasion of Il Bello che fa Bene, many Italian companies donate their products, thus creating a vast assortment to give or receive as gifts in the run-up to Christmas.
«As a company that has always been sensitive to social issues – says Manuela Montina, President of Montbel – we are proud to support this project. Businesses have a significant social responsibility, and we, as such, must consider the role we play in promoting sustainable choices for the common good».
Ai.Bi will celebrate the 40th anniversary of its first donation during the Il Bello che fa Bene – La notte delle luci event. This moment is for companies, loyal donors and anyone who wants to support solidarity. The event will feature a dinner and a concert by The Inspirational Choir of Harlem, a renowned gospel group founded and directed by the talented artist Anthony Morgan, who has carefully selected some of the best voices in New York.
How can I take part?
The Charity Dinner is open to all, with mandatory reservations and a minimum donation.