It’s time to introduce the four causes DTM is supporting in 2018!
But first a quick reminder that our next dinner is on 15th March supporting Project ALPAN, which provides meals and raw materials to 7 soup kitchens in Barcelona. So please get booking ASAP at any of our collaborating restaurants!
And remember, you can do anything from just having a drink to eating the entire menu, it’s up to you! Whatever you choose to do, 25% of your bill will be directly donate by the restaurants to the cause.
PLEASE share with friends, family, colleagues, and especially on social media! If you don’t follow DTM, then do so right now! Together, let’s make 2018 a year to remember.
1st DINNER: 15th March 2018
We are delighted to be collaborating again with the ALPAN (Food for the Needy) Project by the Rotary Clubs de Barcelona District 2202. Too many people go without food on a daily basis in our City, children included, and this incredible initiative distributes over 450 meals and raw materials EVERY day to 7 soup kitchens around Barcelona.
2nd DINNER: 14th June 2018
We are excited to be supporting another new cause this year, collaborating with the Catalan Down Syndrome Foundation. This Foundation works towards improving the quality of life those with Down Syndrome as well as supporting their families.
They are establishing a nursery and meeting space for parents who have children with Down Syndrome – a dynamic space to cultivate relationships and exchanges, where parents feel supported. Read more here!
A new addition to this year’s causes is the wonderful OAFI – Osteoarthritis Foundation International – the first and only foundation worldwide exclusively dedicated to those living with osteoarthritis.
The aim of this Dinner will be to raise funds for OAFI WOMAN, an educational program to empower women in the management of osteoarthritis using non-pharmacological measures. Find out more!
4TH DINNER: 12 December 2018
Our final Dinner of the year is once again in support of the Alzheimer Catalunya Foundation. Together we want to ensure that those suffering from Alzheimer’s have all their basic needs met, especially in the run-up to the Christmas period.
So why not take the opportunity to turn your Christmas celebrations into something even more meaningful. Find out how here!