Regata Solidaria Trofeo Alcudiamar – Projecte Home Balears
On the 25th and 26th of June, the second edition of the Regata Solidària Trofeo Alcudiamar – Projecte Home Balears will take place.
This recreational-sporting event held in Alcudia, is part of the local festivities, providing a lively festive atmosphere with an attractive programme full of activities for all members of the family.
After last year’s success, with thirteen participants, this year’s attendance is expected to be much higher.
In addition, during the celebration of the regatta, Alcudiamar has prepared different children’s workshops and other activities so that the youngest members of the family can also enjoy these days.
These workshops are very diverse and range from environmental awareness activities or about marine fauna to workshops on how to tie knots.
This initiative, promoted by the Alcudiamar Marina, aims to promote Alcudia as a tourist destination, while at the same time uniting the city and port in two days of events and activities.
Registration for the regatta costs 30 euros, all of which will go to the charity project “Projecte Jove”, and the deadline for registration is 25th June, the same day as the start of the competition.
Companies wishing to participate can contribute by sponsoring the event.
Among the benefits of sponsoring the event are:
- Visibility of the logo on the official poster and publicity material.
- Option of a stand in the Public Zone
- Invitation to the VIP area of the Alcudiamar Botel.
- Important fiscal advantages of the collaboration as it is a donation made to a non-profit foundation of public interest such as Projecte Home.
Companies interested in participating can contact Malen Llompart, Marketing Manager of Alcudiamar or Alvaro Sánchez, at the following email email@example.com.
A 100% charity event.
The entire proceeds of the event will go to ”Projecte Jove”, a project of ”Projecte Home Balears”, aimed at the prevention and treatment of addictions both of substances and problematic use of digital technology in young people between 12 and 23 years.