Since 1998, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation has been raising money to protect the planet focusing on 3 main areas, protecting biodiversity, ocean & forest conservation, and climate change. The way it does this is by supporting and funding various conservation projects around the world.. His Gala are very successful evenings raising lots of money for charity while entertaining many guests and offering once in a life time experiences in the name of charity including:
Ownership of an estate home on Leonardo DiCaprio’s own Belize island, Blackadore Caye
HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco donated several once-in-a-lifetime experiences to the auction, offering to accompany the winning bidder on each, including An arctic expedition, and private diving at Monaco’s unique protected Larvotto Marine Reserve
A private concert with Elton John sold
A coveted movie director donated a stunning collection of experiences, offering to have the winning bidder be his personal guest at the most coveted events in the world for an entire year. This included the Academy Awards, screenings and events, Cannes Film Festival, Met Gala Ball and The White House Correspondents Dinner, a visit to a movie set, and more.
The Gala itself is held in the luxurious town of Saint-Tropez. This is located on the French Rivera which provides beautiful surroundings for the event and lots of other things to do during your time at the Gala.
Grand Earth Protector Package- €165,000 (Prime dinner seating for 12 guests)
Earth Protector Package- €115,000 (Premium dinner seating for 12 guests)
Ocean Steward Package- €165,000 (Preferred dinner seating for 10 guests)
Tiger Protecter Ticket(s) - €19,500 (Premium dinner seating)
Shark Protector Package- €165,000 (Preferred dinner seating)
Ticket(s)- €165,000 (Dinner seating)
This year’s Gala will take place at one of the world’s most iconic hotels, The Dorchester. You can expect a fabulous evening of entertainment, special guests and gourmet food. You will also hear about our work with young people, and have the opportunity to take part in our fund-raising activities..
Diamond: Ticket includes drinks reception, dinner, wine and soft drinks
Platinum: Tickets includes drinks reception, dinner, wine and soft drinks
Gold: Ticket includes drinks reception, dinner, wine and soft drinks along with Premium position, champagne at your table, and your name listed in the programme as an event supporter
‘The Radical Eye: Modernist photography from the Sir Elton John Collection’ at the Tate Modern later this year presents an unrivalled selection of classic modernist images, taken during a transformative period of modern photography from the 1920s to the 1950s. Street life and the modern metropolis are explored, while we also see the portrait, nude and still life reimagined.
“It is a great honour for David and me to lend part of our collection to Tate Modern for this groundbreaking exhibition. The modernist era in photography is one of the key moments within the medium and collecting work from this period has brought me great joy over the last 25 years. Each of these photographs serves as inspiration for me in my life; they line the walls of my homes and I consider them precious gems. We are thrilled to be part of this collaboration with Tate Modern and hope that the exhibition audience experiences as much joy in seeing the works as I have had in finding them.”– Sir Elton John
“This will be a truly unique exhibition. There are few collections of modernist photography in the UK, so we are delighted that Sir Elton John has allowed us to draw on his incredible collection and give everyone a chance to see these iconic works. Coming face-to-face with such masterpieces of photography will be a rare and rewarding experience.” – Nicholas Serota, Director, Tate
Since 2006, The Emeralds & Ivy Ball has raised over £7 million to fund two mobile cancer awareness information units. Last year we celebrated the 10th Anniversary of the Emeralds & Ivy Ball, which saw us raise a staggering £1million for the charity, meaning that we can continue to promote the early signs and symptoms of cancer, helping us to save more lives.
The Emeralds & Ivy ball is a truly magical night of dazzling entertainment and fine dining, which has become one of London’s top special events. Hosted by Ronan Keating, the evening brings together over 500 VIP guests for one incredible evening. Past celebrity guests have included Rod Stewart, James Corden, Frank Lampard, Alan Shearer and Rebecca Adlington. With incredible guest performances from Alexandra Burke, Gary Barlow, The Saturdays, Boyzone, and Leona Lewis all in support of Cancer Research UK and the Marie Keating Foundation.
This magical evening will include a champagne reception, and fine dining alongside outstanding music and entertainment. Table packages start from £6,000 with additional VIP and Luxury Partner packages also available on request.
Exclusive champagne drinks reception
Delicious three course meal followed by coffee and petit fours
Unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks throughout the evening
A wide range of interactive entertainment
An exclusive live and silent auction featuring luxury holidays and money-can’t-buy experiences
And performances from leading artist (all to be revealed on the night)
Premium table position next to celebrity tables.
Unlimited Pol Roger champagne throughout the evening on your table
A gift for each of your guests
Exclusive event branding in the following areas:
Your company logo listed on our partners’ board
Your logo on the back of the programme and listed in the acknowledgements page in the event programme
Full page advert
Verbal thanks from the event host
A HIGHLIGHT of London's social calendar, the annual Serpentine Summer Party attracts the capital's most stylish set. 2016 was no exception: co-host Tommy Hilfiger was joined by the likes of Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Sienna Miller and Georgia May Jagger, The Serpentine Pavilion provided the backdrop, while guests danced the night away to a live performance from Calypso Rose..
Chanel will cohost this year’s Serpentine summer party in London, alongside the Serpentine Galleries’ new chief executive officer Yana Peel and artistic director Hans Ulrich Obrist. The invitation to the party, which is taking place on June 28 at the Serpentine Gallery in Kensington Gardens, features a handwritten note by Karl Lagerfeld: “The Summer Party 2017” in smudgy green watercolor crayon.
The Serpentine Gallery has always drawn leading figures of the fashion industry, with previous hosts including Tommy Hilfiger, Christopher Kane, Brioni and the late L’Wren Scott. It draws celebrity figures such as Kate Moss, Thandie Newton and David Furnish.
Each year the party takes place in and around a specially designed pavilion, which then remains open for a series of evening talks and events that are open to the public. The architect Diébédo Francis Kéré has been commissioned to design this year’s pavilion. His design promises to be bold and bring his characteristic sense of light and life to Kensington Gardens.
This is the first time the party will be hosted by Peel since her appointment as the gallery’s new ceo, taking over from Julia Peyton-Jones.
During a talk cohosted with Porter magazine at the gallery, she laid out her vision as part of her new role. “The Serpentine was always a wonderful place of experimentation, and I have an amazing platform to build on from the success my predecessor had achieved for 25 years. I had the realization that we haven’t come this far just to come this far,” Peel said. “I’m more about 100 small changes rather than something radical. It was coming in and asking, ‘What does innovation look like in 2017 and how can we work with partners like Google and Facebook? What does it mean to be the most popular exhibition ever in a world of social media where the breadth of what we can accomplish goes so far beyond the people who come into our world?’”
Venice will slough off the winter gloom and burst into life. During the Carnival (Carnevale), this most magical of cities fills with a mass of masked party-goers - posing and preening, dancing and philandering, in a slightly surreal re-invention of a great tradition of the city.
During the Carnival (Carnevale), this most magical of cities fills with a mass of masked party-goers - posing and preening, dancing and philandering, in a slightly surreal re-invention of a great tradition of the city.
Glancing at the portrayals of 18th-century Venetian life in the works of Pietro Longhi or Gabriele Bella in the Querini Stampalia gallery (querinistampalia.it) or the Ca’ Rezzonico museum (visitmuve.it) will reveal that that was exactly what Venice in its party prime was all about. It’s not for everybody. It can be intensely crowded, and rates in hotels and restaurants soar. But it is a unique occasion, and a great time to see the city in a new and exciting light.
The official carnival dinner and show is not simply a dinner. It's an exclusive experience where the pleasure of palate and party come together