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The Distillers’ Charity supports disadvantaged young people in Scotland

In collaboration with Sotheby’s, The Distillers’ Charity One of One are delighted to announce the second in a series of biennial auctions of one-of-a-kind, rare scotch whiskies showcasing the excellence and individuality of craftsmanship. The lots open with 39 extraordinary whiskies and experiences on offer to raise vital funds to help disadvantaged young people in Scotland. Hosted at Hopetoun House, which is one of Scotland’s most revered stately homes, this One of One Auction will take place on Thursday the 5th of October 2023 and is a ticketed event for which the attendees must be registered (do it HERE).

Home of the Marquess of Linlithgow, Hopetoun House is Scotland’s finest stately home, situated in South Queensferry, outside Edinburgh.

Jonny Fowle, Global Head of Spirits for Sotheby’s says “The second Distillers One of One auction is already generating a buzz among collectors. Featuring the oldest whisky ever released from Bowmore, Glenglassaugh, Old Pulteney, MacDuff and Kilchoman, the highly anticipated event will further cement the significance of what has established itself as the biggest charity spirits auction of its kind. This is clearly an…

Noëlla Coursaris Musunka’s commitment to empowering young women

Noëlla Coursaris Musunka was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to a Cypriot father and Congolese mother. Losing her father suddenly at the age of five, then being sent away to relatives in Switzerland as her mother could no longer support her, had a traumatic and profound effect. Isolated from her home with very […]

Giga: the initiative to provide internet to all schools

The United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights includes work and education as basic needs for any person, without discrimination. In today’s world, neither can really be achieved properly without access to the internet. This is why UNICEF and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) joined forces in 2019 to create Giga, an initiative aiming to connect […]

1-in-5 children have absolutely no access to education – that’s 263 million children globally who can’t go to school. Even if we could afford to reach every child with a school place we would still need 69 million more teachers to reach current global educational targets, which are woefully low. We know that education is […]

What Katie Did Next

(Opening photo by © Dan Kennedy) Katie Piper was a normal girl living in a normal town in Hampshire when suddenly, one day in 2008, her life changed forever. Her ex-boyfriend, Danny Lynch, orchestrated an attack in which sulphuric acid was thrown at her face and almost killed her. Although Katie survived, the severity of […]

Patek Philippe, Christie’s and the Charity triumph in 2019!

Patek Philippe, Christie’s and the Charity triumph in 2019! For an event born out of tragedy, the auction room at Christie’s in Geneva had a raucous and rambunctious atmosphere on November 9th. OnlyWatch, a biannual auction by most of the world’s premier watch brands has become a staple of the watch and auction calendars. Now […]

Acting Legend and now, Ambassador For The Nepal Youth Foundation UK

Larry became a household name for his work on screen and stage. He has played Ted Case in the last series of New Tricks, Tommy in Love and Marriage, Michael Shipman in Gavin and Stacey, and Archie Mitchell in EastEnders. He has just finished playing a lead role in the feature film ‘The Hatton Garden […]

The Gombessa Expeditions The Gombessa Scientific Expeditions aim at exploring specific phenomena occurring underwater all around the globe.   A naturalistic objective first guides the choice of the mission that will generally offer three major challenges: A scientific enigma at the core of the expedition; a diving challenge, as Laurent Ballesta – leading organizer of […]

Bringing sailing to young people from all backgrounds The third week of July, like every year, the old port of Cowes on the Isle of Wight and the legendary Solent – the strait separating the island from the mainland, famous for its unique and challenging combination of winds and tides – has played host to Panerai […]

By Inger Andersen, Director General, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Nature conservation wasn’t always regarded as the obvious route to development. In Guatemala, where farmers are sustainably growing cocoa while conserving forests, it has become just that. Sustainable cocoa used to make products like fair trade chocolate allow Guatemalan farmers to earn up […]

A life dedicated to ending slavery Olga Murray founded the Nepal Youth Foundation in 1990 to help impoverished children in Nepal and free young girls from effective slavery. Over the decades, Olga has helped hundreds of thousands of children and raised millions for new schools, nutritional centres and feeding clinics. Her work is globally recognised. […]

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