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Afternoon Tea with Alina Cojocaru


Romanian-born ballet dancer, Alina Cojocaru, has been a patron of Hospices of Hope since 2008 when she performed a ballet gala to raise funds for the first in-patient and teaching hospice in Bucharest, Romania. She subsequently performed an even more ambitious fundraising gala in 2013 raising in total over £60,000 for the facility. Alina has given generously of her time and inspirational talent for the benefit of the patients and their families and her belief in the work and credibility of Hospices of Hope.
Alina remains one of ballet's superstars as a leading principle dancer for the English National Ballet with an international career that spans almost 20 years.  We are honoured that she has agreed to speak about her life as a dancer and relationship with Hospices of Hope at an afternoon tea at:

Millennium Hotel

London Mayfair

44 Grosvenor Square

London W1K 2HP

Sunday 20th November 2016.

This exclusive event will provide an opportunity to hear personally from this highly acclaimed star and includes a traditional afternoon with a glass of Prosecco.

Full details of this event can be found on the flyer below and tickets for this unique event can be purchased via


Hospices of Hope has been leading the way in providing palliative care for south-eastern Europe for the past 25 years.  Due to poverty and broken health care systems in this region, many people still suffer needless pain. This event is to help raise funds to establish the first specialist centre for children and families affected by rare and life-limiting illnesses at Copaceni, Bucharest Romania. All proceeds from the event will go towards this project and full details can be found at www.hospicesofhope.co.uk/campaign-for-copaceni





Posted @ 17:04:41 on 03 November 2016  back to top

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