It’s ladies first at Porsche

A glamorous fundraiser for the Shambhala Foundation

The Porsche Balearics Centre  hosted a special event on Friday to raise funds for the Shambhala Foundation. The charity inspires and supports young people who find themselves in difficult circumstances, and helps lead them towards a brighter future. Some of these young men and women were in an attendance to demonstrate the work of the charity. There were also familiar faces from Mallorcan society.

The event, which cost €25.00 per person, counted on the collaboration of three brands from the luxury sector. They were Liliana Garcia of Aigner, Sebastià Gonovart of Xarig Perfumeries and Toni Munar of Can Axartell wineries. The event was particularly focused on women.

Glamorous guests enjoyed Mallorcan wine in the exclusive atmosphere of the Porsche showroom, learning more about the charity through a video presentation and connecting with Shambhala members.

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Her website is a compilation of all the things she values since moving to the island, running hc/ Digital Media and creating an idyllic life in Son Vida with her husband Georg and daughter Eva.

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