Online broker sponsors prestigious Monaco Ball
The organisers of an annual charity fundraising Ball in Monaco has announced that the award-winning online broker company FxPro, has become one of the events official sponsors.
The Butterfly Ball Monaco, sponsored by Arctic World Club and Burgess, raises vital funds for Caudwell Children, the national UK charity that provides practical and emotional support to disabled children and their families.
Organised by the former Lithuanian Olympic cyclist Modesta Vzesniauskaite and her partner John Caudwell, the entrepreneur and philanthropist, the event is now in its fourth year.
The Butterfly Ball Monaco is the culmination of a two-day cycling challenge that will see participants undertaking a 150-mile cycle through the Maritime Alps to the French Riviera.
Following the muscle sapping challenge riders will get the chance to let their hair down and celebrate their achievements at the Ball, which will be held at the Salle Empire at the Hotel de Paris, Monte Carlo on Sunday 20th October, 2019.
Sponsors like FxPro, who deal with clients in more than 170 countries, ensure that the event maximises its fundraising potential as Kerrie Davies, Associate Director of Events at Caudwell Children, explained: “We’re delighted to name FXPro as one of the official sponsors for this year’s Butterfly Ball Monaco.
“Their sponsorship contributes to the operational costs of the event and this means that more of the money raised will go to the children that we support.
“FXPro’s contribution will allow us to help even more children, providing them with the specialist equipment, therapies, treatments and short break activity days that they need to lead happy, active and independent lives.”
FxPro Chief Marketing Officer Ilya Holeu, said: “FxPro is committed to supporting worthwhile causes and it is with great pleasure that we confirm our partnership with the Butterfly Ball Monaco 2019; a great event that helps to change children’s lives for the better.”
Modesta says that guests will enjoy haute cuisine, fantastic entertainment and bidding for ‘must have’ auction prizes during the evening.
Since the charity was founded by John Caudwell, in 2000, it has supported over 45,000 children with 652 conditions at a cost of £43 million.
To find out more and book tickets visit the website here.