On February 14th, one of Medellin’s hottest nightclubs opened its doors for a completely different purpose. Fahrenheit hosted a charity event for the entire population of the San Jose Elementary Children’s Home. San Jose Elementary is home to over 200 girls between the ages of 6 and 12 years old.
This charity event was held by the nightclub without any external funds, but included the cooperation of some of the club’s usual contributors. With the help of their staff and volunteers, they have these kind of events, a few times during the year.
For the girls entertainment, the nightclub hired a famous company called Picardias, which presented a puppet show, clowns and 2 inflatable attractions. Later the entertainment included a magician named Voltarin and a show of reggaeton singers and dancers.
The girls enjoyed ice cream, hot dogs, soft drinks and, at the end of the party, each received a gift.
You could feel the joy and love in building from these little girls. They were dancing, playing and singing along with the entertainers. Some were very eager to have their pictures taken and talk. You could not help but be caught up in this special event. Blanca Ruth Ramirez, General Manager and Federico Arango, Marketing Manager of Fahrenheit Disco invited medellinvida.com staff to this magnificent event. Joseph Ferguson, owner of Fahrenheit told our staff at medellinvida.com, “this is part of giving back to the community”. For these girls, giving back meant, a very special day they will never forget.