A total of EUR 2040 was gained during a lottery at the first summer night ball of the Kempinski Hotel Gravenbruch Frankfurt. The main prize was a dinner for two at the top of the Trianon skyscraper in Frankfurt. The complete proceeds of the activity were donated to the Kinderhilfestiftung e.V. Frankfurt Foundation. General Manager Thomas M. Fischer handed over the corresponding check to Bruno Seibert, chairman of the foundation.
About 150 guests celebrated the Italian way of life at the summer night ball "La Serenissima" – and everybody wanted to get the main prize. Over EUR 2,000 were collected with the selling of the lottery tickets – an amount which is very helpful for the Kinderhilfestiftung e.V. Frankfurt Foundation. The nonprofit association helps chronically diseased, handicapped and abused children and assisted over 400 projects during its nearly 40 years in business.
"Our hotel supports the Kinderhilfestiftung e.V. Frankfurt Foundation since its establishment", says Thomas M. Fischer. "Whenever we have suitable events, we collect money for the foundation – because we believe in the necessity of its work and want to contribute to the fact, that the relevant children are feeling better."