Lifeline Chicago Humanitarian Organisation whose patron is HRH Crown Princess Katherine organised last night a charity dinner at the St. Sava Serbian American Museum in Chicago, Illinois in aid of the children flood victims in Serbia, in the presence of Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander, Crown Princess Katherine, and Michael their grandson. The acting Consul General of Serbia Mr Radulovic was present. 

The event gathered many Serbs living in Chicago area as well as many other people of good will who supported this event. Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine presented numerous guests with the problems that people in Serbia and especially children are facing after the disastrous floods, the worst in 120 years that hit in May, and warmly thanked them for their understanding and support.

Mrs. Kathy Fanslow, the President of the Lifeline Chicago Board proudly presented to Their Royal Highnesses two newly formed Boards of Lifeline Chicago that gathered young people to be involved in the Lifeline Chicago future charitable activities, and at the same time to raise awareness of philanthropy among their peers.