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Club Chervilo organizes the first Facebook party

Submitted on Friday, 21 November 2008No Comment
Club Chervilo organizes the first Facebook party

The club Chervilo (Lipstick) in Sofia organizes the first Bulgarian Facebook party on December 3rd 2008, 23:00. The event is charitable, and all profits will go to the “I AZ MOGA” (“I Can Too”) foundation.

The foundation creates media and cultural events that popularize the issues of children with disabilities in society.

“I AZ MOGA” and the foundation “Children with growth issues”, aided by the Bulgarian people, created the Medical center for children with disabilities in Studentski grad district (Sofia) this October.

Anyone that buys accessories of the I Can Too brand on December 3rd in Chervilo (or makes a donation) will directly aid the charitable cause. This party also gives the beginning of a new collaboration – the charitable organizations and the popular social network Facebook. Together, they hope to draw the problems of disabled children in Bulgaria to the public eye.

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