G. Nasrallah Fourrures supports the Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon

September 6, 2014 9:37 am

G. Nasrallah Fourrures, Lebanon’s renowned luxury fur boutique established in 1952, joined the Global Party’s first VIP event in Lebanon, organized by the Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon (CCCL) in collaboration with Phoenicia Intercontinental Beirut to raise funds for the treatment of kids with cancer at (CCCL). Sunset Rendezvous, one of The Global Party’s invite-only VIP charity events and the first of its kind in Lebanon,was held on September 3rd at Amethyste Lounge, Phoenicia Intercontinental Beirut.

All united with one common charitable cause,socialites, select people, celebrities, and VIPs gathered to attend one of this year’s global parties that were held in over 360 different cities.In support of this astounding cause, a Fur Fashion Show by G. Nasrallah boasting the latest collection of fine fur coats, jackets, and other accessories was the center of entertainment, of which 5 items were auctioned with all the proceeds donated toCCCL. The over $12,000 valued items included a white mink stole, a pastel mink jacket, a mahogani mink hat, a mahogany minkails stole, and a brown mink bag.The event also included six live cooking stations, a raffle draw, and a walk-in closet by international Lebanese designer Georges Hobeika.

‘The Sunset Rendezvous event ‘Where Fashion Meets Passion for a Noble Cause’, held in the epicenter of Beirut, in the perfect outdoor and luxurious lounge that is named after a beautiful semi-precious stone, gathered the elite of the city in support of the Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon.

Commenting on the occasion, Georges Nasrallah, founder of G.Nasrallah Fourrures, said that, “for 62 years now we have set out to provide fine quality and luxury at it bests in both quality and design for the elite of the Lebanese society and we are so pleased and proud to do the same, however now, in support of a great cause and in support of all children with cancer and their families. It is truly an honor.”

With more than 1,000 children with cancer treated to date with an average cure rate of 80%, and with more than 4,000 consultations provided, CCCL has the capacity to treat 250 patients each year requiring a yearly budget of USD 15 million; therefore every contribution counts for CCCL to continue its life saving mission.

For more information about this press release, please contact:
Raya Nasr
TRACCS Public Relations