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The campaign has raised a total of EUR 20,000 (USD 23,105), which makes 513% of its initial goal. The book the publication of which was made possible through the campaign will be published in February 2019.

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Children's Drop-in Shelter Belgrade was visited by Hemofarm and Hemofarm Foundation employees on 5th October. With them they brought along 500kg of food for school meals, which will be given to school children who spend time at the shelter. 

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Fond for Active Citizenship (Fond za aktivno građanstvo), in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce of Mongenegro and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Eruopean Integration, with the support fo Fonundation Ćano Koprivica, Rockafeller Brother Fund...

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Forum for Responsible Business (Forum za odgovorno poslovanje) and SMart Kolektiv have opened a call for applications for the National Volunteering Award. Applications are...

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The campaign run by the Organization Heart for Children (Udruženje srce za djecu) is aimed at collecting hair donations for making wigs for children and young people living with cancer. The campaign has run since February 2017, and the latest event was held in...

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The scholarships were awarded to students from underprivileged backgrounds on 21st September, and the selection of 70 students was made on the basis of social need as well as academic success.

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Shoe manufacturer Bema from Banja Luka donated shoes to the elementary school St Sava and Spark, Association of Children with Disabilities and their Parents (Udruženje dece sa smetnjama u razvoju i njihove roditelje Iskra).

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Filomena from Zadar has recently posted in one Facebook group that she would like to give away her car to a family which has a need for one. Eventually, her Opel Corsa went to the family of a single mother of four from Split.

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Macedonian pharmaceutical company Alkaloid organized a picnic for their employees and raised about EUR 17,000 (MKD 1,050,000) for the association for rare diseases Life with Challenges.

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