Serbia | Giving Balkans

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On Friday, 4th January, members of the Citizens’ Association Novi Sad (Udruženja građana Novi Sad) brought toys, school equipment and clothes for the Shelter for Children and Youth in this city.

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The aim of the competition “We’re Celebrating Philanthropy” (“Slavimo filantropiju”) is to support local associations and foundations in their attempts to promote philanthropy, giving culture and transparency in the local community, as well as to develop philanthropic giving ,...

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An auction of paintings entitled “From Private Collections of Celebrities – As a Gift to Hour Children” (Iz privatnih kolekcija poznatih - našoj deci na dar”) was held on 29th November and helped raise 5.600 EUR for the purchase of...

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The star of New Orleans Pelicans announced that for every three points he scores on the field during matches played by Christmas, he would donate EUR 500 for the purchase of new house for the family of Radoslav Varga from Borovo village, located near Vukovar....

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The congress is being held on 15th December, and is organized by the European Youth Capitol Novi Sad (Omladinska prestonica Evrope Novi Sad 2019 -...

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The traditional ball which BELhospice center organized for the 9th time on 1st December in the hotel Hyatt Regency Belgrade, a total of EUR 74,000 was raised for the support of oncology patients and their families. These funds will be used to continue providing free...

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The pupils of one 8th grade class from the school Ratko Pavlovic Cicko from Prokuplje raised money by selling homemade preserves at a local market. The money was meant to cover the class trip costs for 2 of their classmates.

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The regional Ombudsman Dr. Zoran Pavlovic presented the organization with a Plaque for Extraordinary Contribution to the Protection and Improvement of Human Rights, and the first fundraising evening organized by NURDOR in Zrenjanin raised over EUR 84,611 (RSD...

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The money which David Sakota donated was used to buy a pulse oximeter for children and adults, which is used for measuring the level of oxygen in the body. The money also helped purchase surgical glue, an alternative for stitches with wounds.

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Ten young people with special talents, innovative ideas and great projects each received EUR 2,018 from Nescafe, so that they can continue their professional development, and make their ideas a reality.

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