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Archive of joint events 2014

Gingerbread rally: aprons floury, hearts warm and bellies full


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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Wrestling day encouraged children to overcome difficulties


In cooperation with the Korrus3 wrestling club, SEB Charity Fund organised a wrestling day for 80 children from the shelters and substitute homes of Pärnu, Tartu, Ida-Viru County, Tallinn, Harju County, and other areas. The patron of the wrestling day was Heiki Nabi, double world champion in Greco-Roman wrestling.

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The career day emphasised that creativity is the key to success.


On Sunday, 26 October, a career day was held from which 80 young people left with skills to manage their money wisely and tools for informed and targeted career planning. Henton Figueroa, honorary consul of Chile and Tallinn’s Teacher of the Year, divulged money managing tips. A learning-to-learn workshop was conducted by memory trainer Tauri Tallermaa, and lecturer Karin Kuimet advised the youth on career planning. The day was completed by TV journalist and presenter Maire Aunaste who spoke about her life choices and years of learning.

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