Benjamin Li
Nov 13, 2013

Harry Potter-inspired dinner benefits Ronald McDonald House

Lighthouse Consultant helped Ronald McDonald House Charity, which was founded by McDonald's Hong Kong founder Daniel Ng, to raise US$600,000 with a fund-raising dinner. The event, which took place on 26 October at the Island Shangri-la, had a 'Magic of Love' theme inspired by Harry Potter. More than 400 guests from McDonald’s, Coca-Cola and Lai Sun Group, among others, dressed up in graduation gowns and student uniforms, heard a musical performance and witnessed a 'bubble magic' demonstrat

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