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Gingerbread race to children’s shelters


When December arrived, the volunteers from the SEB Charity Fund Club headed for the children’s shelters in Tallinn, Tartu, Pärnu and Ida-Viru County to spend a nice evening with their little friends. They brought lots of gingerbread cutters and rolling pins, flour, gingerbread dough, icing sugar and icing, fruit and Christmas glögg, and many other nice things.

December is the Christmas month, and Christmas means gingerbread. The volunteers had many little helpers who watched in amazement how this brown stuff on the table turns into sweet and beautifully decorated gingerbread in a bowl… The smallest one tasted some flour and found that the snow outside tastes better…

On those evenings, children can eat as much gingerbread as they can – and they can eat a lot. The hours spent with the children flew by and as the volunteers headed back home, the children stayed behind, waiting for Christmas with bowls filled to the brim with gingerbread.

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