€8,000 collected in donations for animal protection groups during musical concert at Girgenti Palace

The Prime Minister’s wife, Dr Lydia Abela, presented a total of €8,000 collected in donations during the first edition of the event ‘A Night at the Palace’, held at Girgenti Palace, to groups that work for animal rights.

While thanking the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra for the establishing of this memorable musical event, Dr Abela said she is convinced the funds will be used in the best possible manner and where most needed by the NGOs concerned who are relentlessly working for those in the community interested in assuring animal welfare.

The wife of the Prime Minister maintained her work will continue to focus on sectors that improve the well-being of present and future generations, including that of innovative projects to continue bettering the environment and the quality of life.

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