July 15, 2016

Visiting families in Smederevska Palanka

On Tuesday, July 6, representatives of the Charity organization Serbs for Serbs from Belgrade headed to Smederevska Palanka to visit two underprivileged multiple children families: Bosnjakovicfamily with four children and Djuricfamily with three children. Both families live in hard conditions without regular income, so we are going to try to provide them with the necessary aid.


First we visited the Bosnjakovic family, consisting of the parents, Sasa and Ivana, and their four beautiful daughters: Milica (9), Milena (8), Marina (4), and Marija (1). Sasa had had a heart attack, so now he has stents and he cannot work anymore. They do not receive welfare, so they live solely on child benefit for their three children (7,500 Dinars) and occasional daily wages. Due to financial problems, their electricity debt has amounted, and the electricity has not yet been cut off because of the baby. The house they live in is very bad condition.



The house is full of mold and the roof is leaking. Apart from that, they need new beds, a washing machine, a fridge, an electric stove, a freezer, a wardrobe, a table, some chairs.



НSerbs for Serbs charity is going to try to provide them with some of these things, thanks to the funds raised at the “Trojka iz Bloka” tournament held in Smederevska Palanka, and the donation of Serbs from Windsor in Canada, more precisely Church-School Congregation of New Gracanica Diocese.


After the Bosnjakovic, representatives of the Charity organization Serbs for Serbs visited the Djuric family, consisting of the single mother, Slavica, and her three children: Tamara (12), Uros (7), and Milos (5). A tragic accident befell this family in 2013, when the head of the family died working in construction.



Since then, they have been struggling to make ends meet, living on the family pension to the amount of 20,000 Dinars. That is not enough to cover their living expenses, so they also have difficulty paying electricity bills. They need to have their bathroom renovated, the second floor, which is currently unusable, insulated, at least one room for the children, an electric stove, laminate for a room on the first floor. We are going to try to provide some of these things for the Djuric family as well, using the funds donated by the Church-School Congregation of New Gracanica Diocese in Windsor.


We call upon all good people worldwide to join the campaigns of our organization by making contributions, which will enable us to help these two families, as well as many others throughout the Balkans.

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