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Field of Stars Lebanon 2014

Event Details

Field of Stars Lebanon 2014

Time: December 16, 2014 to February 18, 2015
Location: Zaitunay Bay's upper deck
Street: Marina Towers, Minet El Hosn
City/Town: Beirut
Website or Map: http://www.fieldofstars.org
Phone: 703 654 77
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Matisse Events
Latest Activity: Dec 20, 2014

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Event Description

Matisse Events created the CSR initiative Field of Stars as an answer to the poor economic conditions affecting much of the country, and having a negative impact on the less fortunate Lebanese children.


Field of Stars celebrates Christmas in its own special way rather than in the usual commercial format of other celebrations in town. It goes back to the human roots of this important holiday period, sending a message of peace, love and hope.


The initiative gathers donations from individuals and companies, ultimately distributing these equally to 26 Lebanese children charities. After our first edition last year, these funds were successfully used by each charity for various improvements.


The donations are also translated into an illuminated field of stars and sculptures made by renowned Lebanese artists promoting the different sponsors from December 4th 2014 until February 18th 2015, at Beirut’s Zaitunay Bay.

Your donation will make a difference and will position your company as a corporate citizen, engaged in giving back to the society it serves.


We kindly invite you to contact us on j.fagerberg@matisse-events.com so we can send you our detailed presentation and we would be delighted by the opportunity to meet up in order for us to detail all of this in a face to face discussion.

To see our different communication channels visit the following links





Instagram: @fieldofstarsleb #fieldofstarsleb

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