The 7th annual Global Gift Gala London will be co-hosted by philanthropist, activist, actress, producer and director, Eva Longoria Bastònand  Victoria Beckham, businesswoman, fashion designer and UNAIDS International Goodwill Ambassador and a Global Gift Award recipient herself. 

The Global Gift Gala in London will see a whole host of stars from the world of music, fashion and television join together to raise funds and make a difference to the lives of children and women around the world.

Taking place on Saturday 19th November at the Corinthia Hotel, London, the Gala will exclusive performances from MOBO Award and MTV EMA Award Nominee Rebecca Ferguson, and British singer Collette Cooper will be performing at the cocktail reception.  Craig David will bring his world-famous TS5 party to the Gala. Guests expected to attend the gala include David Beckham,  Alesha Dixon, Nicole Scherzinger and Tana and Gordon Ramsay.

Eva Longoria Bastòn said: “I am absolutely thrilled to be returning to London for our 7th Global Gift Gala. This charitable event recognises prominent figures who dedicate their time and energy to helping those who need it most.”

Victoria Beckham added:  “I’m proud to be supporting my dear friend Eva at this year’s London Global Gift Gala and honoured to be co-chairing the event in support of my role as a UNAIDS global goodwill ambassador.  It will be a wonderful evening in aid of some fantastic causes.”

The Global Gift Gala is a unique international initiative from the Global Gift Foundation, a charity founded by Maria Bravo and Alina Peralta that is dedicated to philanthropic events worldwide; to help raise funds and make a difference towards children and women across the globe.

This year organisations set to benefit from the gala include The Global Gift Foundation, The Eva Longoria Bastòn Foundation, which focuses on women’s education and entrepreneurship; and UNAIDS which aims to end the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030.

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