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March 21, World Down Syndrome Day, has been celebrated around the world since 2011, and its symbolism lies in the fact that people with Down syndrome have three instead of two chromosomes on the 21st pair. 

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Did you know that every March 18, we celebrate Global Recycling Day around the world? This date was established in 2015 and celebrated for the first time in 2018. 

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Every March 8th, on International Women's Day, we celebrate the fight for women's rights and equality worldwide. This international holiday promotes economic, political, and social equality of women and...

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Many of us are accustomed to reading about mass or corporate donations, donations from private foundations, or passionate organizations that contribute to community development daily.

However, there are often cases when we come across examples of...

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For years, healthcare has been a topic receiving significant support from citizens, companies and individuals.

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At the beginning of the year, we came across many art stories that encourage philanthropy. On the other hand, we found a singular philanthropy action that helps develop culture and art. These two philanthropic "forms" allow the promotion of arts to achieve important social...

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Although we are all used to the news about the Covid-19 virus so far, some are constantly finding ways to help the community eliminate the consequences of the pandemic. The humanity of numerous organizations across the region is focused on helping children who lost one or both...

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The current pandemic has opened new doors for giving to the greater good.

In the very beginnings of this global phenomenon, donations were first made in the form of masks, disinfectants, or cases of larger contributions, in the form of ventilators....

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While we have been amid new waves of Covid-19 virus for the past two years, and even today, everything has changed completely – schools, jobs, health, holidays, even hugs.

In all this, unfortunately, it is certain that the pandemic is not over yet....

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The coronavirus pandemic has completely occupied our conversations, television reports, social networks, and lives in general. In the past two years, social exclusion, data on the number of patients, and campaigns calling for collective consciousness are just some of the...

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