Thanks to a great group of guests from the international community in Hungary over HUF 1.9 million was raised to support worthy charities on Saturday, 22 April, from 6pm until early the next morning in Marriott's magnificent 'Grand Budapest Ballroom'.
"It was fantastic to be one of the sponsors for this year's St George's celebration. The atmosphere was electric and I really enjoyed talking to such a wide range of guests. The performances were superb, especially the incredibly brave Ukrainian soloist. I am already looking forward to next year's event."
- Neil McGarry, Principal of Britannica International School, Budapest
Local reps from UNICEF and from 'Food Bank Aid for Ukrainian Conflict Refugees in Budapest' were in attendance to talk about the good causes and collect the funds raised at this celebration of England's Patron Saint - who is also commemorated by many countries around the world including Hungary.
Presented by XpatLoop.com the party featured an abundance of live English music, refreshments and prizes. The organisers are grateful to everyone involved in another successful mega-event, especially the sponsors, event supporters, F&B providers, many musicians and support crew.
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Platinum: B+N Referencia
Diamond: Britannica International School, Dr. Rose Private Hospital, Jaguar Land Rover, The British International School Budapest.
Venue: Budapest Marriott Hotel
AudioVisuals: Special Effects International
Event Supporters Include
American International School of Budapest, Clarke & White, FirstMed, flowerMe, Funcode,S3 Entertainment Europe, Tesco.
You can see more event photos here by Marko Novkov / here by Marcus Schirrmacher / here by Árpád Bakcsy.
- 24 Apr 2023
- John Galvin
- 50 photos