The Spanish Red Cross has been supporting the most vulnerable groups for 40 years. On this very special date, the Palau de Congressos de Palma is proud to have hosted its annual event, the "Golden Raffle Draw", which took place on July 18.
Once again, thousands of companies, volunteers, members and workers have joined forces to bring the raffle tickets everywhere in the country.
In recent years, the work of the Red Cross has been especially focused on people affected by the economic crisis. At the same time, the Red Cross in Spain has continued to develop cooperation projects in countries such as Haiti, Venezuela or Burkina Faso.
The "Golden Raffle Draw" is essential for the development of all this solidarity work. This year, in addition, the raffle tickets had their own name: 10 personalities of sport, culture and entertainment (Rafa Nadal, Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Alejandro Sanz, Mireia Belmonte, Jesús Calleja, Maribel Verdú, José Mota, Carlos Sobera, Niña Pastori and Joaquín Sánchez) have put their name on the tickes to support the Red Cross.
This year's creative campaign has been "Making things change is not a matter of luck." and it mains to make a call to the involvement and collaboration of people to end poverty, malnutrition, unemployment, loneliness of the elderly or gender violence.
The Golden Draw has distributed more than seven million euros in up to 11,700 prizes. This year, in addition, the Red Cross has raffled 3 solidarity trips to get to know first hand some of the projects that the humanitarian institution in Spain develops in favor of the most vulnerable groups.
TaPalma is the tapas & cocktails route in Palma, and this year it will be held from November 25 to 29. In addition, on November 23, two days before the gastronomic route, TaPalma will celebrate the tapas contest at the Palau de Congressos de Palma, for the third year.
Bureau Veritas, a market leader in inspection, certification and testing, has completed the certification of the Meliá Hotels International “Stay Safe with Meliá” programme of preventative measures to combat COVID-19 and has also confirmed a level of compliance of 100% in company hotels.
The spread of the Covid-19 pandemic and the need to reduce the pressure on the public health system in the Balearic Islands led to the Meliá Palma Bay Hotel and Palma Convention Centre being converted into hospitals in late March under the management of the Son Llàtzer University Hospital.