- Sandro Morelli, owner of Villa Tiberio Restaurant in Marbella joins forces with the Cudeca Foundation for the 13th Charity Christmas Gala Dinner to benefit the foundation at his Villa Tiberio Restaurant.
- More than 5 different live performances, as well as a live auction and a charity raffle will take place during the dinner.
- Fireworks, courtesy of Sandro Morelli for all guests and in honor of Cudeca will be displayed during the welcome cocktail.
A charity evening to remember
All guests will be greeted from 7.30 PM with a welcome cocktail on the restaurant's terrace, where they can enjoy Sandro Morelli's beautiful garden with a glass of champagne. Immediately afterwards, the guests will be ushered into the lounge where the Christmas gala dinner will be served.
Artists such as Vicky Jaye, the best tribute to Elvis with the incredible Stelvis, the best soul voice of the Costa del Sol with Mr Maph and Mamma Cath, among others, will perform during the dinner to liven up the evening and make everyone feel that Christmas spirit and solidarity that Cudeca Hospice Foundation needs so much to maintain its palliative care in the province of Malaga.
Right at the heart of the evening, the auctions and charity raffles in aid of Cudeca will be held, as well as the surprise of the traditional Christmas fireworks that Sandro Morelli, owner of Villa Tiberio, always gives to the attendees on these special dates for this charitable cause.
The price for dinner (prior reservation) is €75 per person, including a donation of €25 directly to Cudeca Foundation.
Please book in advance by calling 952 771 799 or emailing email@example.com .
Local businesses and individuals wishing to donate their services or items to be offered in the charity auction may contact Esther Ráez at Comunicación y Creatividad Brutal on 693 79 26 05 or Cudeca Hospice Foundation straight to Sara Baena (Cudeca's Communications and Fundraising department) on 663 08 34 60.
Bookings can be made directly through Sandro Morelli on 952 771 799.
Sandro Morelli and his charity work for Cudeca Hospice
Sandro Morelli is an Italian businessman who, after 18 years working in London, decided to set up his own restaurant surrounded by beautiful gardens on Marbella's Golden Mile, gardens which are now his great passion and pride. He met Joan Hunt, the beloved and recently deceased founder of Cudeca, over 12 years ago and fell platonically in love with her and her cause for palliative care as soon as he saw her. The charity's charitable work captured Sandro's heart and he has been loyal to the organization ever since.
Sandro Morelli and his restaurant Villa Tiberio have been collaborating with the Cudeca Hospice Foundation since 2011, a collaboration that has resulted in 12 charity gala dinners and many years of support with a total donation of €197,365.28 to date.
Cudeca Hospice Foundation
An advanced stage of illness involves changes and challenges in all aspects of a person's life, which is why comprehensive care is required. Cudeca has different areas of care and assistance programmes that provide personalized and continuous care according to the needs of each moment and each person. The teams are made up of doctors, nurses, psychologists, social workers and physiotherapists specialized in palliative care and attend to every aspect of the patient's care in detail, respecting their wishes and preferences. Cudeca's commitment is to ensure the necessary care so that each patient can live his or her life with quality and dignity until the end.
- To become a reference in the care of patients and their families based on the principles of palliative care, through the creation of a comprehensive palliative care programme of assistance, education, training and research.
- To develop innovative and holistic models in the management of physical and psychosocial symptoms caused by cancer and other chronic, progressive and advanced illnesses, providing relief from suffering through clinical symptom control, physical rehabilitation, complementary therapies and body care, emotional, social, family and spiritual support, seeking the maximum wellbeing of patients and families, and always respecting their autonomy.
- To extend the philosophy, knowledge and specialised skills of palliative care in our community, both at the level of specialised training of professionals and volunteers, as well as information and dissemination to patients, families and the general public.
- To contribute to the development and improvement of palliative care through research, in coordination with other centres of excellence in research.
- To provide high quality standards of palliative care for patients with cancer and other advanced and terminal illnesses, resident in the province of Malaga.
- To provide support and advice to caregivers during and after the illness, during the period of bereavement.
- More information: www.cudeca.org