PRN: La Scolca Owner, Chiara Soldati & Oscar Winner, Colin Firth Hold a Night To Remember for Bulgaria's Abandoned Children
La Scolca Owner, Chiara Soldati & Oscar Winner, Colin Firth Hold a Night To Remember for Bulgaria's Abandoned Children
LONDON, December 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Chiara Soldati, The Owner of La Scolca joins the 2011 Oscar Winner Colin Firth at The Michelin starred Bingham Hotel in Richmond Upon Thames. Along with her wines & sparkling drinks, Chiara and Colin, with a vibrant voice filled with emotion, opened the "Mums for Babas" Charity Party Day.
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In Bulgarian 'Baba' means grandmother, to an institutionalized child Baba means hope, dignity and a chance to be loved. The Charity "Helping Handbags" founded by Melora Johnson, was started 3 years ago to help institutionalized children in Bulgaria. These children needed Love above all else. The idea that Colin Firth decided to support this event is simply beautiful. To date Helping Handbags has raised close to Â£80,000 and has received coverage in publications such as Grazia, Glamour, Marie Claire & Woman and Home.
As Chiara Soldati said during the party: "This is a night to remember how lucky we really are. The wines often seem to be like those who create them. For this reason this evening our Gavi dei Gavi black label, Sparkling RugrÃ¨ & Pinot Nero gives us the chance to express our heartfelt emotions by helping those less lucky than us. Being the mother of these passionate wines and a mother in life, I believe in this great challenge that Colin Firth supports and I share the goals of this organisation".
Contact: Azienda Agricola, LA SCOLCA s.s.a., Strada per Rovereto 170/r Â - 15066 - GAVI (Alessandria) ITALY, phone: +39(0)143-682176, fax: +39(0)143-682197, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, website: http://www.scolca.it Â