Tickets Available For Royal Event April 13 At Jonathan Club In Los Angeles

Apr 11, 2024

Tickets are available for a real-life Royal event as The American Foundation of Savoy Orders Hosts its Sixth Annual Notte di Savoia on Saturday, April 13 at the Jonathan Club in Downtown LA (505 South Figueroa). Event benefits Caterina’s Club, a nonprofit. Ticket

Tickets are available for a real-life Royal gala as The American Foundation of Savoy Orders Hosts its Sixth Annual Notte di Savoia on Saturday, April 13 at the Jonathan Club in Downtown LA (505 South Figueroa) benefiting Caterina's Club. His Royal Highness Prince Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia, Prince of Venice and Duke of Savoy, along with Prince Dimitri of Yugoslavia, both grandsons of the last King of Italy, will preside over the event that benefits the Orange County, Calif based nonprofit that was founded by Sir Bruno Serato to feed hot pasta dinners to 5,000 hungry children five nights a week, find permanent housing for families in need and train at-risk youth for careers in the hospitality field.

The event starts with cocktails at 6 pm followed by dinner and dancing from 7 - 10 pm and capped off with an afterglow cordial immediately following. Black or white tie attire is requested for gentlemen while long gowns are expected for women.

“On behalf of Caterina’s Club, we are thrilled to once again serve as the beneficiary of this very special evening of food, entertainment and festivities that will, no doubt, prove be unforgettable,” says Serato, who was knighted by the Royal House of Savoy. “It’s not often that the public are able to attend an actual royal event and, having been present at previous galas, I can say how truly special an evening it will be.”

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The Dynastic Orders of the Royal House of Savoy are among the oldest orders of Knighthood and Merit in the world. The Savoy Orders are headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland and have 36 delegations worldwide that support the Orders’ ongoing charitable works. Their origins and their principles, traditions and humanitarian goals date back 1,000 years. HRH Prince Emmanuele Filiberto, Prince of Venice and Duke of Savoy, is Head of the House of Savoy and Grand Master of the Savoy Orders. He currently serves as Chairman of the Grand Magistry of the Savoy Orders. Among his hereditary titles is Crown Prince of Italy.

The nonprofit American Foundation and Delegation of Savoy Orders is headquartered in New York City and is among the 36 delegations of the Savoy Orders located throughout Europe, the Americas and Japan. The charitable organization supports local, national and international charities focusing on medical, educational and humanitarian endeavors, including philanthropy for hospitals and relief agencies for children, the poor, the sick and the elderly. The Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization in Roster Consultative Statues with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.

A native of Italy, Chef Bruno arrived in the U.S. with only $200 in his pocket. He worked hard and eventually started his own restaurant, Anaheim White House Italian Steakhouse. When he learned about children going to bed hungry right here in the backyard of such great wealth, he started feeding them every day since 2005. For his humanitarian work, he was named a CNN Hero, knighted by the Italian government and the House of Savoy, earned the Ellis Island Medal of Honor, received a papal blessing from Pope Francis, and was recognized by Congress on the steps of the U.S. Capitol. He accepts these accolades to generate public awareness of food scarcity in the U.S. Visit


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