BOVET 1822 supports the “Caring for Children with Special Needs” initiative at the 25th “Chefs of Hong Kong” gala dinner

Pascal Raffy and BOVET have always supported charity work focused on children and education. It was therefore only natural that they join forces with their Hong Kong partner the Prince Jewellery & Watch Company to support the Heep Hong Society’s charity initiative at the “Chefs of Hong Kong” gala dinner on April 27th.

Established in 1963, the Heep Hong Society is an organization that aims to reintegrate and educate children in need across China. Its work helps over 10,000 families each year, supporting their children through elementary and high school.

Over a thousand guests attended the 25th gala dinner at Hong Kong’s Grand Hyatt Hotel in aid of the association. Since the event was first created, over HK$ 38 million has been raised and used to assist over 100,000 families.

Pascal Raffy, owner of BOVET 1822, and Emily Tang, Vice Chairman and Executive Director of the Prince Jewellery & Watch Company, presided at the event, where they were joined by representatives from the Heep Hong Society and participating chefs. The funds raised will provide continuing support for the schooling and education of many children across China.