MGC TOKEN Focuses on Global Philanthropy Without Forgetting the Original Intention

On May 19th, 2019, the charity gala hosted by BG-MF and MGC TOKEN was held successfully in India. John Morris as the key figure in BG-MF and Michael Mein as deputy director of BG-MF charity center attended the gala.  

The charity gala had a lively atmosphere with members and honored guests signing in.

The host made a warm-up as the opening.

John Morris, the portfolio manager of global fixed income assets of BG-MF, made a speech.

Michael Mein, deputy director of charity center of BG-MF, also gave a speech on “blockchain and philanthropy”.

Singing and dancing performance had been enjoyed first at the gala.

The auction was divided into two rounds; the first round at the auction site.

After the first round of auction, the members and guests enjoyed singing and dancing performances. The atmosphere was very lively.

The second round of auction began after the performances.

Mr. John Morris delivered the cheque of £500,000 to Mr. Michael Mein after the auction.

The most exciting part of the gala is the lucky draw. On the site of activity, the guests and members are itching to try.

The end of lucky draw also marks the end of MGC TOKEN charity gala.

The success of this charity gala of MGC TOKEN also manifests that MGC TOKEN has always been implementing its plan being stated in the white paper. MGC TOKEN is consistently keeping its original intention in mind, and will continue to make more efforts in philanthropy in future.

A total of £500,000 was raised that night, and Mr. John Morris handed a $500,000 check to Mr. Michael Mein. The remaining funds were already used to purchase food and daily necessities. The funds raised this time will be written into the blockchain. The fundraiser can clearly see where the money is going.

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