On February 7, the second solidarity dinner organized by Mans Unides was held at the Semproniana restaurant run by chef Ada Parellada. All the dinner dishes were cooked with food discarded from the commercial circuit that, if not used for this dinner, would have been wasted.
A total of 75 people attended, including the Minister of Social Affairs of the Generalitat de Catalunya and the Director of Cooperation of the Barcelona City Council, as well as members and friends of the entity.
Everyone was able to taste the wines that were donated from the Familia Torres Foundation, specifically Jean Leon Xarel·lo for the first course and Atrium Merlot for the second.
The collection obtained was 2,806 euros, which will be used to buy food for the Syrian population affected by the terrible earthquakes, which have left thousands of people homeless. This contribution is added to the €40,000 that have already been sent from the headquarters of Manos Unidas for emergency aid due to the earthquake.
“After the devastating earthquake, with its epicenter in southern Turkey, which took place in the early hours of Monday, February 6, and which has left thousands dead, injured and missing in the south of the country and in the north of neighboring Syria , Manos Unidas has been in direct and permanent contact with its local partners in Aleppo, one of the Syrian cities hardest hit by the earthquake.”
If you are interested in making private donations, you can do so through the website https://colabora.manosunidas.org