Unicef 75th Anniversary Blue Moon Gala

Adot, in Partnership with Outernet London, were delighted to host the star-studded ‘Blue Moon Gala’, which marked the momentous 75th anniversary for leading children’s charity UNICEF.

Presented at London Outernet’s, the Gala took time to reflect and honour all those involved in implementing crucial aid to millions of children world-wide, whilst highlighting the power of change through the notion of collaboration.

UNICEF raises funds for emergency and developmental work for children. Keeping children safe is key, alongside promoting and protecting children’s rights both in the UK and internationally. Adot’s charitable foundation was built on the fundamental belief that to achieve global progress we must see beyond the difference that so often separates us- which is why we are exceptionally proud to be part of such a meaningful evening of giving.

Live music was staged within the centerpiece of Outernet London’s, ‘The Now Building’. Guests were treated to special live performances from new UNICEF UK Supporter, and double Grammy Award nominee, BRIT Awards and Mercury Prize winning singer Arlo Parks. As well as British music icons, Duran Duran, who performed some of their classics, alongside tracks from their latest album, ‘Future Past’.

Attendees were surrounded with a spectacular ‘Blue Moon’ themed display, which effortlessly glided across Outernet London’s ground-breaking screens, setting the ambience for a star-studded evening. Guests were invited to view footage and images documenting the importance of UNICEF, emphasising the life-changing work they have instilled for children and families globally since its inception 75 years ago.

Adot are delighted to announce that in partnership with Outernet London and UNICEF, we were able to raise £770,000. Funds will aid UNICEF’s on-going work and continue its mission to advocate and create change for children world-wide.

This commemorative evening was endorsed by renowned supporters of UNICEF UK including: President, Olivia Colman, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, David Beckham, UNICEF UK Ambassadors, James Nesbitt, Tom Hiddleston and Eddie Izzard.

The spectacular gala also welcomed UNICEF UK Ambassadors, Eddie Izzard and Jemima Khan, UNICEF UK High-Profile Supporters, Sanjeev Bhaskar and Cel Spellman, alongside UNICEF UK Supporters, Lily James, Jonah Hauer-King and Soccer Aid for UNICEF co-host, Alex Scott.

Guests pledged their support at the evening’s live auction, with prize lots including UNICEF UK Ambassador Rita Ora’s sequined Miu Miu bodysuit – (as seen in her Rita Ora Live From the Eiffel Tower film); Andy Murray’s tennis racquet; lunch in London’s Bike Shed which is hosted by UNICEF UK Ambassador Charley Boorman and ‘Long Way Up’  Producer/Director Russ Malkin, all contributing to an outstanding total of £770,000.


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