Astoria World Manor Queens, NY - Upon a lavish gala dinner attended by about one thousand people between sponsors and volunteers. The nonprofit organization, MIRA USA in New York, hosted its First Gala Dinner on December 2, 2016, for fundraising of funds destined to the improvement of services offered to the impoverished immigrant population.
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Carlos Alberto Baena Global Ambassador of Miraism® International stimulated interest in assistants of different nationalities by emphasizing the significance and importance of the organization to work on Human Rights, Sustainable Human Development and Coexistence with Respect, which is necessary bulwarks to achieve societies to shift into harmonic communities.
The organizers of the event surprised their volunteers who are considered the "soul of the organization" with the award of the "Golden Ant." Honored in categories of elderly adults, blue-hearted young people, Compromised Miraist Family, NY 2016 Golden Ant and a team of golden volunteers, who stood out this year for their dedication, support, and commitment as a way to practice their motto "Helping Moves Us."
As it is common from those who serve and do things with love, the night was splendorous and festooned with festivity and delight. Including presentations of singer Deybis Urrego, winner in Colombia of the television program "YO ME LLAMO" with the impression of Vicente Fernandez, Also the jazz vocalist Dorian Devis with her band and the flamenco group Romerias with Amilia Hernández.
María Clara Mur, national director of the organization, thanked the following firms: Patino Eye Care, Hampton Smart Homes, Nunez Dental, La Guardia Community College, Multilingual Group Inc and Primerica, among others. Acknowledging their contribution allowing for the aid work to reach mothers head of a family, young people and immigrants in general.
Attendees also received gifts, gifts donated by the various sponsors who joined the cause of MIRA USA, of continuous social work to provide tools to the most vulnerable immigrant in the United States to improve their quality of life.
MIRA USA New York appreciates the valuable support of the following sponsors: