Casino Royale Night Press Release

On Thursday 11th September, over 200 glamorous guests attended Tikva’s Inaugural Casino Royale night held at the stylish Louise Blouin Foundation.  With prizes including dinner for two at a top London restaurant, the chips were flowing and the roulettes spinning all night long.   On top of this, guests were entertained by soulful singer Gareth Esson and the awesome DNA Official double act, whilst auction house iBid were walking the room with some fantastic silent auction prizes including 2 night stay ta the Grove, Marg Chagall lithograph and Roger Federer tennis racket. The evening was a great success, raising over £36,000 for Tikva.

Tikva’s core mission is to care for the homeless, abandoned and abused Jewish children of Ukraine and neighbouring regions of the former Soviet Union. Tikva provides a warm, compassionate home, essential social services and a quality education, while revitalising the growing Jewish community of Odessa. In addition, Tikva offers its graduates the opportunity for a brighter future through university education in Odessa or immigration to Israel, where Tikva continues its educational and support services.

“We were absolutely delighted with the turn out on the evening and had a great time planning this spectacular event.  Tikva is close to our hearts and we look forward to working with them again to raise money for such a worthwhile cause” Casino Royale Committee Marianna Eidelkind, Frieda Caplan Gross, Katherin Ritter & Yana Stern.

Quote for Karen Bodenstein – Tikva Executive Director

“Given the recent events in the Ukraine, The past few months have been extremely difficult for the Tikva and its children. This Rosh Hashanah we are appealing to our donors to help us raise much needed funds to ensure their security and provide for their basic needs. The event was a huge success and monies raised will help relieve the financial strain Tikva is feeling at present.”

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