News desk THE Globalia Group is celebrating its Second Solidarity Week, in aid of the non-governmental organisation Infancy Without Frontiers, with a variety of events which will continue until Friday. The events include a bazaar and a charitiy gala to raise funds for projects in Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic, according to Maria Victoria Llorente, Air Europa's sub director for protocol and social welfare. She launched the initiative yesterday, accompanied by Magdalena Contesti, the director general of co-operation, Mayor of Llucmajor Lluc Tomas and the director of Air Europa, Maria José Hidalgo. The first event was golf lessons for Globalia staff at 12 euros. A bazaar has been set up at the entrance to Globalia's headquarters in Llucmajor. It includes a stand from Valids Artesanos, a craft association for the disabled, and one from the Vicente Ferrer Foundation. Friday will be for the general public, with a stand in the Plaza Mayor in Palma, explaining the work carried out by Infancy Without Frontiers. The Week will end on Friday evening with a gala at the Hotel Club of the Hotel Delta, compered by Oscar Martinez and Belinda Washington. Tickets cost 55 euros, and at the end of the evening, actress Lola Herrer, representing Infancy Without Frontiers, will accept a cheque for the funds raised. Last year, Globalia raised 16'000 euros for Infancy without Frontiers and Unicef.