We celebrate the sixth solidarity day edition for La Marató de TV3

20 November, 2019

The Familia Torres Foundation celebrates on Saturday, November 30, the sixth day edition of solidarity for the benefit of La Marató de TV3. The activities will take place from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Family Torres visitor center in Pacs del Penedès, and will consist of tastings and pairing, children’s activities and musical, castellers and falcons. As a novelty, attendees can make their own wine from different varieties grown in the vineyards of Jean Leon, as well as taste, once again, cheese, Iberian or Sushi pairings, or participate in a blind tapas, a workshop to experiment with the tastes and feelings with the eyes covered.

The Xicots and Falcons de Vilafranca will be the ones that will kick off this solidarity day, followed by a performance by Country Social Club Vilafranca. There will also be a popular lunch and a chocolate, as well as different activities for children so that the youngest discover and understand the world of the vineyard, without forgetting the opportunity to stroll among vineyards on an electric skateboard.

The music will be performed by the band of the Municipal Music School M. Dolors Calvet, the Swing Vilafranca Group and the children’s group Rovell d’Ou. The day will end with a closing draw with many prizes at stake.

Although you can access the site for free, it is advisable to reserve a spot in advance to participate in the directed activities, which cost between 3 and 20 euros, through the website https://fundacionfamiliatorres.org/ca/. The celebration of this solidarity day, under the motto “Get involved with La Marató”, is possible thanks to the collaboration of more than 50 companies and entities in the region and the participation of around thirty volunteers. All the money collected will be allocated entirely to the La Marató de TV3, destined this year to minority illnesses.

The previous edition, get involved with La Marató of the Fundación Familia Torres, brought together more than 500 people and allocated a total of 10,300 euros to the research of cancer, the first cause of death among men and the second among women in Catalonia.