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Polish Christmas Solidarity Party in Fuengirola


The Great Christmas Solidarity Orchestra Party of Poland takes place worldwide on the same day with the aim of raising funds to acquire medical supplies.

The event will take place at the Cepyme booth at the Fuengirola Fairground on January 28 and is a charitable initiative to raise funds to purchase medical equipment for hospitals in Poland. The Polish community organizes this event globally on the same day, and in the Iberian Peninsula, it is only celebrated in Madrid and Fuengirola.

The event will start at 14:00 and includes concerts, charity auctions, children’s activities, a book and toy market, and a tasting of traditional Polish food, among other activities. This was announced this morning by the Councillor’s for Festivities and Social Welfare, Isabel Moreno and Cristina Bornao, respectively, and the representative of the Great Christmas Solidarity Orchestra association in Fuengirola, Janina Ferlin.

“Today we present a great event promoted by the Great Christmas Solidarity Orchestra association, made up of Polish nationals residing in our municipality who have been organizing this initiative for six years. They contacted the Fuengirola City Council to request our support in promoting the event, also among the local population, to make their culture known and promote this charity event,” explained Bornao, pointing out that “from the Family, Equality, and Social Welfare Area, we always provide support to the collectives and social entities in our municipality, and in this case, our support consists of promoting this event, which will take place at the Cepyme booth at the Fairground on January 28.”

Janina Ferlin has invited all Fuengirola residents “to this great Christmas Solidarity Party that will be held in Fuengirola for the sixth time, and we are very proud to contribute our bit to this charitable initiative that takes place every year in Poland and that only last year managed to raise 60 million euros to purchase equipment for public hospitals.”

Ferlin explained: “There we will be able to try delicious Polish food, enjoy concerts by the violinist Alicia Starega; the Granada-based group The Replicants, who pay tribute to Tina Turner, and also Pop FM. In addition, there will be auctions, a lottery, and an unbeatable atmosphere.”

Isabel Moreno, on the other hand, pointed out that “almost two thousand people of Polish nationality reside in Fuengirola, and this is the sixth time they have organized this charitable event, so we invite everyone to attend this celebration on January 28, starting at two in the afternoon. It is a lunch-party that will include typical cuisine of the country, music, and, in short, a great party to raise funds for a great social work in Poland.”


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