On March 22, the founder of OpenMind charity fund Viktoria Boyarina celebrated her birthday in a creative way — by hosting a charity evening at the famous Ronin restaurant in Kyiv. Guests of the evening enjoyed the festive atmosphere and thanks to their efforts, more than 200 thousand hryvnias were donated to the OpenMindFest, which will take place this August in the Carpathians.
The charity evening held at Ronin restaurant on March 22 turned out incredibly successful and at the same time quite sincere. The founder of the OpenMind fund, Viktoria Boyarina, turned her own birthday to an incredible occasion for promoting the fund’s activity.
During the evening guests of the event, as well as the followers of the fund’s Facebook page, enjoyed 5 workshops on different topics: from everyday life and fine dining to communication and self-perception.
Ivan Guskov and Karina Balayan conducted a workshop on positive and negative beliefs, while Lyudmila Hariv taught the basics of ecological networking. Professional traveller and survival specialist Goltis introduced guests to his famous program Open Heart. A delicious workshop from Dima Borisov finished the festive evening: Dima prepared a delicious and healthy vegetarian dinner for a large company.
Instead of fancy gifts for Viktoria, guests made donations for the OpenMindFest. The festival will be the next step in fulfilling the fund’s mission: developing eco-tourism in the Carpathians. OpenMindFest will be based on five basic principles of a consciousness: OpenMind, OpenHealth, OpenFamily, OpenArt and OpenHeart.
The festival will also be a charity event: organizers plan to collect about 2,5 million hryvnias. The money is needed to achieve the ultimate goal: the arrangement of five tourist and bike routes in the Polonyna Runa eco-park, managed by the fund.
You can join the charity project at openmindfund.com.
PR representative of the event: Yummy BTL marketing communications agency