Staff Reporters
Dec 21, 2012

Charity dinner for Mother's Choice slated for 6 February

HONG KONG - Campaign Asia-Pacific, published by Haymarket, is pleased to announce theMedia360Asia Charity Dinner, in association with GroupM, to coincide with the Media360Asia summit on 6th February 2013 at the Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong.

Charity dinner for Mother's Choice slated for 6 February

All profits from the event will go directly to Mother’s Choice, an organisation that provides and promotes loving, nurturing care for babies and children needing permanent homes, and for single girls and their families facing crisis pregnancies.

Tim Waldron, Managing Director of Haymarket Media Group Asia, commented, “For many years we have felt that there is a need for the media industry in Asia-Pacific to get together and raise money for a worthwhile cause. The Media360Asia summit has given us an ideal platform to do this, and we are delighted that GroupM have agreed to be the headline sponsor. We therefore encourage the media industry to step up, dig deep and help support Mother’s Choice.”

"An event where the Asia-Pacific media industry can formally come together and help improve the lives of those in need has been too long coming,” remarked Mark Patterson, CEO of GroupM, Asia-Pacific. “GroupM and its agencies are proud and honoured to support this dinner and in particular Mother's Choice, which has a special place in our hearts in Hong Kong and the region. I am sure this inaugural dinner will grow into an industry fixture and change many lives for many years to come.”

Alia Eyres, Chief Executive Officer of Mother’s Choice, remarked, “We are so grateful that Campaign Asia-Pacific are organizing a dinner to benefit Mother’s Choice. We believe that every child deserves to have a family and that every young woman deserves to be treated with dignity. The needs in Hong Kong are only growing, and your support is needed more than ever.”

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