Ambassadör Events presents the remarkable Finnish Toy Smuggler in aid of Kopin
An exclusive fundraiser at the prestigious Verdala Palace under the patronage of H.E. The President of Malta Ms Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca
On the 22nd of March, Ambassadör Events, will be organising an exclusive fundraiser, at the historically unique Verdala Palace under the patronage of H.E. The President of Malta, Ms Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, who will also be hosting the event. With a limited guest list of just 150 patrons, emanating mainly from the igaming industry, this gathering will be one of this year’s most anticipated charity events.
Since the event is being organised in aid of Kopin a Maltese non-profit organisation, Ambassadör Events has deemed it fitting to extend an invitation as special guest on the night, to none other than the extraordinary Rami Adham from Finland, better known as The Finnish Toy Smuggler.
An ongoing tale of extraordinary courage and generosity
Rami’s incredible story has gained him international recognition and the alias The Finnish Toy Smuggler, for helping children trapped in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo – delivering not only vital aid, but also hundreds of toys, which even if for a short while, help distract the children from the terror and suffering they live through on a daily basis.
“Six years ago in Syria a war started and with it the worst humanitarian crisis the world has ever known since WWII – over 650,000 dead, 11 Million refugees and 70% of the country’s infrastructure destroyed. This crisis completely changed my life; since then I have devoted everything I do for the sake of helping my fellow countrymen” – Rami Adham, The Finnish Toy Smuggler
When Turkey closed its borders with Syria for security reasons, Rami trekked through unofficial channels to reach the most vulnerable in conflicted areas, travelling an astonishing twenty-nine times to Syria since 2012. Through donations from all over the globe and through various collaborations, Rami has managed to not only deliver thousands of meals and toys to the most vulnerable in Aleppo and beyond, but has managed to help in building three much needed schools in the region.
Ambassadör Events for Kopin
Ambassadör Events recognises that among its many initiatives and projects, Kopin is doing sterling work for local refugee women and children in a bid to fully integrate these within the local community. Providing language training, educational support and recreational activities Kopin ensures that the proper support is made available to those who are often in vulnerable situations.
“Ambassadör Events are delighted to have the opportunity to support such an amazing organisation as Kopin who dedicate themselves to helping migrants in need of protection towards a better, productive future. We are thrilled to have the support of H.E. The President of Malta, Ms Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, and we are very excited to hear the story of The Toy Smuggler, Rami Adham.” – Pierre Lindh, Managing Director Ambassadör Events
All Kopin’s work is non-profit, therefore garnering financial support through donations from public, private and corporate sponsorship to implement their projects is important. To date these support services, have seen over 550 children and women benefiting directly, whilst an estimated 1,600 people were reached indirectly.
Ambassadör Events is the premier event management company, which is renowned for its professionalism, work ethic, innovation and creativity. Through this initiative, also supported by Catena Media, BMIT, Laferla & Reactivation Group who are helping to fund this incredible event, Ambassadör Events team of dedicated planners will ensure that this fundraiser at the magical Verdala Palace, organised for such a wonderful cause will be remembered for a long, long time. To add some spice, a raffle will be organised on the night, with sponsors such as Valentino Fragrances, MeninMalta, Sweet Symphony, Camilleri&Sons, KotbaCalleja, Michele Aguis and Palazzo Violetta donating generous gifts to be won.
Another unique event…the Ambassadör Events way…