Our Christmas campaign raised over 40 000 BGN

The funds will cover the rehabilitation of children and young people with physical disabilities

14 socially engaged companies, their employees, customers, children in kindergartens and schools and their parents took part in our Christmas campaign. Together they raised the sum of BGN 40 000 to provide physiotherapy for 40 children and young people in our family centers in Kazanlak and Kyustendil.

In addition to the planned physiotherapy, we will also organize cultural activities. The culturally oriented programme called “Theatre at Home” is for those children and young people in our centres in Kazanlak who have difficulty moving or for some other reason cannot leave their homes. We will organize monthly visits of actors from the local theater with acts that will give the children and young people the opportunity to experience the art of theatre and sometimes to take on the role of actors themselves.

Our warmest thanks to our partners who have joined our campaign: the employees of Fantastico Group, Lufthansa Technik Sofia, Yotpo, A Data Pro, Coca-Cola Europacific PartnersIKEA, PLAN A, as well as Baringa, Chucky’s, Meavo, DABOV Specialty Coffee, Salad Box Bulgaria, IH Sofia, Private kindergarten “Merry bells”, Private kindergarten”Doverie”, Tom’s Place.

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