4 septiembre, 2019

DTI Community’s charitable events to fund new scholarships

DTI Community is blending with culture and music once more. For the upcoming academic year, we have organized two charitable events in order to raise funds for our project Save 1 million lives , which goal is to grant scholarships to train and teach about organ donation and transplantation to doctors and healthcare professionals living in under-resourced countries.

The first event is going to be a theatre play from the Catalan author and journalist Carles Soldevila. Bola de neu, from 1927, tells the story of Emili Ginebreda, a well-off bourgeois, with grey personality and no apparent talent. One day, he achieves his childhood dream: becoming a painter. His friends, with different interests each, will help him become the artist that he always wanted to be. However, in the process, a love triangle occurs between Emili, his wife, and an art critic. The play will take place on October 18th at 20:30h in Helena Teatre (Montseny Street 31, Barcelona). As it is happening in Barcelona, the play will be developed in Catalan.

The second fundraising event will take place in the emblematic Palau de la Música in Barcelona. A concert consisting of two pianists, three musicians playing Brahms and, lastly, a quintet made of five musicians will be hosted in Petit Palau, a smaller auditorium inside Palau de la Música. The event, on the 20th of November, will open its doors at 8 p.m., so DTI Community can hand out honorary plaques to its most loyal collaborators at 8:30 p.m.

One ticket includes the entrance to both events, and the donation is 30€. As mentioned, everything that is raised will be destined to finance scholarships for TPM courses in Barcelona for healthcare professionals in under-resourced countries. You can check our campaign Save 1 million lives  in Global Giving.

We welcome everybody who lives near to enjoy a comedy on stage and help save lives at the same time!

Take a look at the website bit.ly/dtiEVENTS and contact us at info@dticommunity.org or call (+34) 934020897.