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Seavus Kids Day 


Created on 5/14/2012 6:38:42 PM

Last weekend, Seavus organized a special day for the children of Seavus employees and the children living on the streets

For the occasion of the International Children Day, Seavus organized a special event for the children of its employees in the yard of the company, where they had lots of fun and joy together with the special guests – the children from the Day Care Center for children living on the streets. The most attractive part of the event was the performance of the Magician Kristian, who made both the children and grown-ups laugh and have fun.

Seavus Kids Day 2012

The children played together various games, sports, but they also showed their creativity through craft and art. The amount collected by buying of the craftworks made by the children, was donated as support for the SOS Lines for children, which has been working as a service of “Megjasi” for 20 years now.

“Beside the wish to give support to these children, with this event we also wanted to mark several important occasions”, says Branka Bugariska, Marketing Manager at Seavus. “May 17 is the day of the Child Helpline International (CHI), which unites the world’s SOS services for children and young people. The same day is also the World Telecommunication and IT Day, annual event coordinated by the International Union for Telecommunication”, explains Bugariska.

“Seavus opened the doors to these children, and we all had a pleasant and joyful sunny day in their garden. And we are very grateful for that”, adds Daniela Trajkovska, Coordinator at First Children’s Embassy “Megjasi”. “The children from the Day Care Center were so happy, and I am sure they will remember this special day for the rest of their lives”, adds Trajkovska.

The event is part of the annual program entitled “Seavus Kids”. The program includes various activities for the children of Seavus employees, as well as support to children from marginalized social groups.

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