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Day of “I can too”

Submitted on Friday, 12 December 2008No Comment
Day of “I can too”

The “I can too” foundation declared December 15th as a day of the “I can too” initiative that aids children with disabilities in Bulgaria.

On this day, “I can too” calls to all citizens to aid the cause, creating initiatives of their own. To this moment, numerous stars, medias, municipalities, institutions, schools and universities all across Bulgaria stated that they will get involved.

The “I can too” foundation and the “Children with development issues” foundation created with the help of the public a Medical centre for children with disabilities in the “Studentski grad” district, Sofia.

The goals of the “I can too” foundation are the constant awareness of the citizens for the problems of children with disabilities and the creation of medical centres all across Bulgaria.

The culmination of the”I can too” day is the Christmas charity concert of Zhivko Petrov and Angel Zaberski at 19:00 PM in the “Bulgaria” hall.

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