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Archive of joint events 2007

The Charity Fund’s club baked gingerbread with the children


Fund-raising is not the only goal of the Charity Fund, as people’s desire to help is just as important. In the beginning of December, volunteers from the Charity Fund’s club visited the Children’s Shelter of the Tallinn Children’s Home and the Family Help Centre in Pärnu to bake gingerbread. The children and the volunteers all enjoyed the gingerbread!

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We support Tartu Children’s Shelter


On 4 December 2007 we signed a partnership agreement with the Tartu Children’s Safe House. The Charity Fund will support the various projects run by the shelter in 2008 with 100,000 kroons.

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Performance by employees of the Marketing Division of SEB Eesti Ühispank for children of the Family Help Centre


The Marketing Division of SEB Eesti Ühispank went on a trip to Pärnu in November. They decided to prepare a little performance for the children in the Family Help Centre. The team came up with an idea for a story that would teach something to the children.

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