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Eventia announces charity for 2013 Awards

Camillian Home, a children's charity in Thailand, has been chosen as the cause Eventia will support this year at their annual awards.
They are also delighted to announce that they are again working in partnership with Meetings Industry Meeting Needs (MIMN), the industry’s charitable trust, to raise much needed funds for the home. These will be raised via a charity prize draw and live auction which will take place during the 2013 Awards ceremony. 

Tempting guests to dig deep on the night will see some fabulous prizes on offer, such as the generous gift from Air Mauritius/Connections/One&Only Resorts, who've donated return flights to Mauritius including a 4 night stay at the One & Only Saint Geran plus a full day excursion.

Camillian Home, is a registered Thai non-profit children's charity that supports orphaned and abandoned children who are living with disabilities; many are also living with HIV/AIDS.  Their vision is to build an inclusive park and sports field accessible to all children and adults in the local community. When finished it will provide a safe environment for sport and play away from the dangers of traffic, in a dedicated space that will also be used to stage local community events. To find out more please visit

Emma Cashmore, Deputy Chair of Eventia said, "We wanted to work with a cause that was delivering something that our members and guests could really understand and get excited about. Providing facilities for sport, play and local events for the community has a massive appeal - let alone the pleasure it'll bring to the children in the home itself. The gifts from our generous supporters and our partnership with MIMN are also invaluable elements of what I'm sure will be a great night of celebration and giving for a really worthy cause." 

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