VIENNA MEDICAL DOCTORS´ BALL GOES CHARITY

A special part of the Vienna Medical Doctors’ Ball is the traditionally organized big charity. The net profit of the ball is being donated since 2013 to a non-profit organisation. In the year 2020 100.000 Euro were donated to AmberMed. The net profit in 2023 will go the “MOMO-Childcare”.
 

MOMO childcare

MOMO is a young childcare foundation in Vienna, which treats heavily sick children, youth and young adults as well as their families at home.
The offer of MOM is without costs for the families and 100% founded by donations. MOMO understands itself as combination element between hospitals, child doctors and general practitioners as well to ambulant and stationary health care.
You can find more about MOMO here.
 
„Caring for seriously ill children is always a challenge. At the moment, however, it is especially challenging because paediatric wards and doctors in hospitals are working at their limits due to the ongoing wave of infections. We at the MOMO Children's Hospice and Children's Palliative Team can help twice over. Our paediatricians and the entire multi-professional team care for seriously ill children and their families at home - and thus not only relieve the families affected, but also doctors in private practice and hospitals. Many thanks to the Vienna Medical Doctors' Ball, which supports our important work with a donation.“ - MOMO Kinderhospiz und Kinderpalliativteam


Charity Art Auction

 
New this time is a "Charity Art Auction". This will take place at 11.40 pm in the Festival Hall. Have a look at the paintings in the Side Gallery and place your pre-bid there from 7.30 p.m. on.

Two paintings by the internationally renowned artist Djawid C. Borower will be auctioned. His work combines painting and philosophy in a unique way and is exhibited worldwide in galleries, museums and biennials. He lives and works in Vienna (www.borower.com).

The works to be auctioned are from his successful series "Palimpseste".
They are executed in oil on canvas and measure 50 x 50 cm and 40 x 60 cm respectively.
The auction starts at Euro 200,-; their estimated value is Euro 1.300,-.

The auctioned amount is considered a donation and is fully tax deductible.


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