Nelson Mandela Centennial Gala dinner NEWS

Nelson Mandela Centennial Gala dinner

A gala dinner will take place on 26 July at Grosvenor House, Park Lane , London to celebrate Nelson Mandela's 100th birthday


This year is special, as the House of Mandela will celebrate the centenary of Nelson Mandelas birth. With a series of events around the world not only to celebrate his life and achievements, but to also champion some of the causes he was passionate about such as education, food security, agriculture, HIV/AIDS and health. International figures from the creative industry, non-profit world, business, Royalty, politicians will be attending with keynote speeches from Nelson Mandelas daughter, dr Makaziwe Mandela and South African golf legend Gary Player.

An auction, conducted by Simon de Pury, will feature never-before-seen drawings of Nelson Mandela, El Anatsuis art piece, along with unique experiences. Proceeds from the evening will be donated to two charities. The Mylife Foundation, dedicated to sustainable solutions for deprived children and youths living in many communities with very few activities and opportunities available to them. St Mary's Foundation, a school dedicated to educating and empowering young girls from diverse backgrounds in South Africa.

Your engagement and generosity are needed to enable us to strengthen our impact on ground through the charities. You may donate an item to our silent auction, make a pledge, bid on our silent/online auction (telephone bid available on the day) or you may support us with your presence. By attending the event, you will have a chance to bid on the live auction.

Registration for the 2018 Nelson Mandela Centenary Gala Dinner Auction is now open. Reservation for one seat: 500

Registration for full table is from (standard Diamond): 4700 - 20,000

Tickets available from

For more information about the gala dinner art auction or to book your place, please contact Ifeoma Dike via email: or +447725147665

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