Euroins insurance JSC donated educational sets, books and board games worth over BGN 15,000 to Sveti Nikola National Fund
Euroins insurance JSC donated educational sets, books, board games and household items worth over BGN 15,000 to the Sveti Nikola National Fund. The donation will be distributed among social institutions for raising children deprived of parental care throughout the country.
The donation is a continuation of the long-term joint activity between Euroins Bulgaria and the Sveti Nikola National Fund, aimed at providing better living and educational conditions for children with mental and physical disabilities, deprived of parental care and staying in homes for social services.
We at Euroins Bulgaria regularly allocate funds for a number of charitable and social initiatives. We allocate the most funds for causes aimed at children and especially disadvantaged children with special needs. ”- said Desislava Elenkova, Marketing and Communications Manager of the company.
For Euroins insurance JSC
Euroins Bulgaria has been actively present on the Bulgarian insurance market for more than 20 years. The company is part of Euroins Insurance Group AD - one of the largest independent insurance groups operating in Central and Eastern Europe. The group has over 2.5 million customers, 3,000 employees and annual revenues of over 433 million euros. The Euroins brand is represented in 11 European countries - Bulgaria, Romania, Northern Macedonia, Greece, Italy, Spain, Poland, as well as in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Georgia.
About Sveti Nikola National Fund
Sveti Nikola National Fund was registered by the Sofia City Court on 13.05.1999 as a non-governmental humanitarian organization to support orphans, disadvantaged people and adults with mental and physical disabilities, as well as to support their integration into society. So far, Sveti Nikola National Fund, works with over 38 homes for orphans, the disabled, a specialized hospital for children with cerebral palsy, nursing homes, children's speech therapy kindergartens, a home for blind children and hospitals.