Jõulusoovide puu

The Christmas wish tree is made up of the dreams and wishes of children in shelters and substitute homes, sent to Santa Clause. To make sure that these do not just remain dreams, pick a gift from the Christmas tree and make a donation to the best of your ability.



A Hat for a Christmas Present, Previously Seen in a Dream


In December, and for the second year in row, the SEB Charity Fund initiated the ‘Christmas Tree’ project to collect gifts for children living in shelters. Children’s wish lists for Santa were available at www.heategevusfond.ee/joulupuu. Thank you! All 182 children got exactly what they wanted.

Santa arrived at each shelter at a slightly different time, but always on a large wooden sleigh full of presents.

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When Flour Tastes Sweeter Than Sugar


This a story that took place a few years ago. I overheard a girl living in a shelter talking to her classmate.

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Gingerbread-Eating Record in Rakvere Christmas Village


The period leading up to Christmas is always an exciting time. This year children living in shelters were taken to Rakvere Christmas Village on board a genuine Christmas train, which certainly added to the holiday feeling. Perfect winter weather made the village look like something out of a fairytale. The village is located in a magic castle on top of a hill (also known as Rakvere castle) where there was a lot to see and do throughout the day.

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