O1 Properties and Miloserdie service launch the Second New Year charity gift collection for children

December 3, 2015. For the second consecutive year, the O1 Properties investment company  together with the Miloserdie service, has organized a campaign aimed at gathering gifts for sick children, orphans, and children from disadvantaged families.

Between 7 and 18 December, post cards will be hung on New Year trees in the White Square, Ducat Place III, Lighthouse, Legenda, Stanislavsky factory, Vivaldi Plaza, White Stone and Krugozor office centres. These are cards on which children have written what gifts they would like to receive on New Year’s Day. To participate in the campaign you can select a post card, buy the gift indicated, and leave it in a special box next to the trees, or you can place an internet order for the gift to be delivered directly to the fund.

Last year this campaign was arranged in five O1 Properties’ office centres and 1,147 gifts were collected. It wasn't only the office centre tenants who took part in the campaign, but gifts were also provided by visitors, and even anonymously, including by foreigners who had learned about this initiative from social networks. This year, after receiving a tremendous amount of positive feedback on the initiative, it was decided to increase the number of business centres where gifts could be collected.

You can find more information about the campaign on the official website.

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