American representatives of Sister Cities International visited Gibraltar on Thursday the 19th of April for the first time in the association's 62 years history this week, in a bid to foster relationship between the countries.
The event hosted yesterday by the Gibraltar American Chamber of Commerce saw the representative's on a fact finding mission. Forging links between the University of Gibraltar and it's American counterparts were of particular interest and Jane Cahaly from Sister Cities noted, "I'm very excited at trying to get the University of Gibraltar to form links between universities in the US. I work in a consortium of 44 universities in the US and we do International programming so getting to know the folks here in Gibraltar is extremely valuable". Ms Cahaly is currently the Senior consultant for International Programmes with the consortium for Global Education that sees thousands of students participate in overseas study.
AmCham Gibraltar is currently finetuning the final arrangements for what promises to be the event of the year!
The AmCham Thanksgiving Charity Gala Dinner will be held on 23rd of November 2017 on Sunborn. The keynote speaker is US advertising Executive, Kevin Allen, (bio attached) and the three course traditional dinner will be followed by entertainment from the ever popular, Jetstream.
Proceeds will go to the recently launched Gibraltar Samaritans charity with the tickets priced at £100pp. Tickets can be bought in tables of 10 or individually, please contact us on email@example.com to purchase.
AmCham Gibraltar hosted an educational roundtable on the topic of Philanthropy, with Randi Weaver of Good Giving Consulting, on the 4th of May at the Wessex Lounge.
Randi led a thought-provoking session about the essentials of Philanthropy: why people give and how donors, be they individuals, families or companies, can feel more satisfied about their charitable giving. The event was well-supported by AmCham Gibraltar members, including marketing managers and people focusing on Corporate Social Responsibility.
The event was covered by GBC news: