Euroins insurance JSC helps Bulgarian children make their dreams come true
For the third consecutive year, Euroins supports the national competition "Young Blagotvoritel". The competition is open to students from 7th to 12th grade, who present their charitable causes on the following topics: support for children deprived of parental care or elderly people in need; preservation of the musical heritage of Bulgaria and ecology / protection and care for the environment /. "Young Blagotvoritel" started in November 2021 and on January 20, 2022 the 16 charitable causes ranked in the first stage were announced. Jury composed of:
* Desislava Elenkova - Marketing and Communications Manager of Euroins
* Alexander Balabanov - Corporate trainer and leadership expert. Founder of DynamixLab Ltd
* Bistra Georgieva - Founder of "Children's Leadership Academy",
* Valeria Chankova - Journalist, 17 years of experience in television / bTV and Nova /, now producer in bTV news
* Prof. Dr. Eng.-Icon. Daniela Todorova - Rector of the Higher School of Transport "Todor Kableshkov"
* Krassimira Velichkova - Director of the Bulgarian Charity Forum
* Tatiana Hristova - Personal development trainer, coach with experience in business project management
ranked the first 16 causes according to the following criteria: originality of the idea; motivation and argumentation; implementation plan and comprehensive budget.
In the second stage, the teams of the ranked causes will be trained on the following topics: "Communication of causes and attracting like-minded people", "Planning and implementation of projects" and "Financial responsibility in project work".
In the third stage, the causes will be presented to the jury in the form of video presentations.
In the last stage, the jury will announce the six charitable causes that have received the highest marks, which will receive funding and support for implementation.
The aim of the national competition "Young Blagotvoritel" is to give inspiration, life and realization of charitable causes created by students. The competition also aims to encourage volunteering and the skills of young people to create and implement authorial projects.