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Children with Down Syndrome from the Down 21 Association were hosted by the Cedevita first basketball squad in their sports hall. The goal of the One Team Program of the basketball club is to reach out to and work with groups of individuals who need socialization assistance. Each Monday, team members hang out with groups of young people selected for the program.
Source: Večernji list
The Brave Child (Hrabro dete) Association has opened a social store to assist economically vulnerable families, singles and families with sick children. The new store in Nova Gradiska is now operating and citizens and companies are called to donate food, toiletries and cash to support the operation of the store.
Shelter for children in Belgrade has launched Show your big heart (Pokaži veliko srce) humanitarian campaign for Valentine's Day. As part of the campaign, volunteers will personally deliver chocolates, flowers and greeting cards painted by children from the Shelter to address. By ordering these small gifts you will donate 550 RSD per each order, as is necessary to a child spends a day in Shelter.
Company Bauerfeind donated mechanical wheelchairs to the Society Muscular Dystrophy in Croatia. This mechanical wheelchairs allow movement of the stairs for people in wheelchair. The donation was delivered at the regular gathering of members of the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
McDonald's Croatia through McHappy Day project raise funds to help the Clinic for children diseases in Zagreb. Total funds from sales McMenu's in the amount of 75,000 HRK (app. 9,700 EUR) intended for the equipping of the Department of Physical Therapy at this Hospital.
Lidl Croatia retail chain donated to SOS Children's Village Ladimirevci children's clothing, shoes and school and crative supplies worth more than 70. 000 HRK (9,000 EUR).
Residents of the Sremčica Institution for Children and Youth were hosted at the Faculty of Fine Arts by members of the Association of Business Women in Serbia. Members also donated computers, books and sweets as well as 95,000 RSD (app. 780 EUR) intended for the purchase of materials for creative workshops.
Students from two schools in Apatin, the Nikola Tesla Gymnasium and the Construction and Wood Secondary School, and joined by citizens of Apatin, launched a campaign to raise funds for the treatment of toddler Kalina Rašeta for spinal muscular atrophy. So far, 49,370 RSD (app. 400 EUR) of the needed 7,500 EUR was raised and donation boxes have been placed in various locations throughout the city.
The maternity ward of the Krusevac General Hospital received a donation of 35,000 EUR worth of needed from Commercial Bank as part of Fund B92’s Together for the Babies (Zajedno za bebe) campaign.
Source: krusevac online
The Kakanj Cement Industry donated 15 computers for use in the computer classroom at the Kakanj Mixed Secondary School to help students to improve their computer literacy through practical experience.