This year, apart from a tasting session of FISAN GRAN RESERVA Acorn-Fed Ibérico Ham and the sponsorship of a table, FISAN also offered a magnificent lot of Ibérico products specially designed for the prize draw.
The Quinta de Jarama Estate has been hosting the One Thousand and One Tables Dinner for the last three years now, with the same being organized by the Anar Foundation. This dinner represents a spectacular event that took place on the past Thursday and in which FISAN participated for the second year running. At the event each table is decorated in a different way by prestigious renowned local decorators. Orca Events, Pascua Ortega, Tomás Alía or Búcaro are only a few of the decorators that enchanted and captivated us with their original table settings. Each table had its own particular theme, with the impressive decorations beating each other out time and again.
This year FISAN, apart from sponsoring its own table, “The Tree of the Good Life”, which you can see in these photographs and in our Facebook, also offered a magnificent lot of FISAN Ibérico products for the prize draw that was held for the guests. Boris Izaguirre and Michi Primo de Rivera were in charge of naming the winner of the Ibérico products during one of the most engaging moments of the gala dinner.
Once again this solidarity based initiative, overflowing with imagination and magic, managed to gather together more than five hundred persons who enjoyed themselves well into the wee hours of the night. It was a lovely evening of hope, happiness and solidarity for all those attending the event
Apart from FISAN, the ANAR Foundation also counted with the sponsorship of Porcelanosa, Peugeot, Estrella Damm Inedit, G.H. Munm, Beefeater 24, Value Retail and Massumeh, immeasurable in their contribution to the celebration of this year’s dinner.
The ANAR Foundation (Aid to Children and Adolescents at Risk) is a non-profit organization. The origins of the ANAR Foundation date back to 1970 and since then it has been dedicated to the promotion and defence of the rights of children and adolescents at risk, duly developing projects in both Spain and Latin America. The Foundation has been working with ANAR Foster Homes since the very beginning, with these representing foster homes for children and adolescents that do not have an adequate family environment, likewise supporting their actions with new technologies and the ANAR helpline, where children and adolescents can call and explain their situation.