October 25, 2013

Serbs for Serbs collected 400.000 €


Charity organization Serbs for Serbs
collected in the mid-October over 400.000 EUR of donations for helping the endangered children across the Balkan. Since 2005, under the slogan “Children are our future”, the organization helped over 350 families and provided necessary aid for the most endangered parts of the Serbian population. Furthermore, the official website of the organization, www.srbizasrbe.org, had over five million visits!

Thanks to the official branches of the organization in Serbia, Republic of Srpska, Austria, Switzerland and USA, and the vast number of donors and friends of the organization worldwide, Serbs for Serbs collected the necessary means and provided roof over the heads of many families, by building dozens of houses.

Apart from that, the organization provided charity aid by donating refrigerators, stoves, freezers and other appliances, built and equipped many bathrooms, and bought beds, closets, tables, computers, toys and school equipment for many children. The organization also provided help for the families in villages, by donating tractors, greenhouses, cows, sheep and goats, so that these families could provide the elementary needs for their children.

The difference between this charity organization and the others is in the transparent manner of our work, and the great number of donors who provide humble monthly donations, and thus participate in the charity actions. On our official website www.srbizasrbe.org and social networks www.facebook.com/srbizasrbe and www.twitter.com/srbizasrbe, the organization publishes daily the lists of donors, and the money flow on all of its bank accounts, which represents the unique example in the work of charity and non-governmental organizations in Serbia.

Serbs for Serbs will continue to work for the well-being of the endangered Serbian families across Balkan, so that the necessary charity help could reach many children.

Children are our future!

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