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.



Gingerbread rally: a man in a red tie, flour-covered children and lots of joy of creation


The traditional gingerbread rally, organised by SEB Heategevusfond in December, helped bring a total of 550 packages of gingerbread dough, 50 rolling pins and 50 sets of gingerbread cutters to children’s shelters and substitute homes. In some homes, volunteers also helped out with the “rallying”, whereas in others, families baked on their own.

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Christmas wish tree: music gives rhythm to life and helps one to dream


Why is listening to music good? “Because you can grow up to be a musician,” says Rita. “Music is good, because great songs are sung,” thinks Harri.

Olga, 14, tells us that music makes her feel happy. “Music makes me happier, and I’m never bored. You can ride on the bus and listen to music, thinking your own thoughts and dreaming. Sometimes, I dream that the singer performing the song is me.”

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Christmas wish tree: news from Santa’s Office


Christmas wishes of 1161 children, including, among other things, a Finnish sledge, a boxing dummy, a not so small wooden wheelbarrow, and many other gifts of non-standard shapes and sizes – this is the challenge awaiting the packing elves of SEB Heategevusfond’s project “Jõulusoovide puu” (“Christmas Wish Tree”) this year.

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