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DAY OF ACTION: Let’s play Scrabble!

On this year's Day of Action, United Way Romania gathered 800 children from their partner agencies and volunteers for the largest Scrabble game in Romania. The event took place in three cities at the same time: Bucharest, Timisoara and Cluj-Napoca.

DAY OF ACTION: Family & Neighbours Picnic

Day of Action in Poland, took place on 24th of May. United Way Poland organized Family & Neighbours Picnic for Open Day of United Way. Everyone was invited - children, adults, our beneficiaries – to come, talk and participate in various activities and contests: karaoke, art classes, charades, sport games.

Nikifors in Centre of Oncology

Disabled artists, employees from Bank Millennium and Leroy Merlin, volunteers from partner NGO and employees of United Way Poland Foundation gathered at the Marie Sklodowska Warsaw Oncology Centre to hang over 140 pieces of art painted by artists with intellectual disabilities. The permanent exhibition, which presents unique, ingenious and colourful world's vision of those artists, has been opened on 22nd of March.

Leadership Recognition Award

On the evening of March 18th, 2014 corporate and private donors, volunteers and friends of the United Way of Russia were invited to the annual event for leading donor. Heads of companies that support the foundation's work received certificates of appreciation as well as souvenirs made by children helped under various NGO programs.

Big Smiles from Little People

After joining in 2012 the nationwide campaign "Smile Romania" that raised great alarm on the urgent need for dental treatment for disadvantaged people, United Way Romania is joining forces with Respiro Dental, a dental clinic in Bucharest by providing a dental care program for 300 children from the poor communities of Bucharest

Letter to Santa Claus

In December 2013, employees from our corporate partners prepared and offered gifts to children enrolled in the "Partnership for Children" program.