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2015-2016 Bulgarian Christmas Initiative Re-launch


01 Decempber 2015

“Help for children in intensive care wards” is the slogan of the new campaign of the Bulgarian Christmas charity initiative, held under the patronage of the Republic of Bulgaria’s President – Mr. Rosen Plevneliev. 

United Bulgarian Bank is again an upholder of the initiative’s cause and urges your sympathy.  

Recovery and intensive care wards provide life-saving treatment to any child in critical condition.

In order to help children in life-threatening status the Bulgarian Christmas initiative’s ambitious goal is to provide recovery and intensive care wards at Bulgarian university hospitals with medical equipment for diagnostics, treatment and monitoring the life-sustaining parameters of delicate children’s organisms. For every second of a child’s hospital stay is a battle for life… Hence, along with experienced specialists, proper equipment could not only save life, but speed up recovery process as well.

Everyone, willing to join the cause can do so by:

  • Donating to the account of the Bulgarian Christmas initiative: IBAN BG13UBBS80023300186210, BIC code: UBBSBGSF, BNT for “The Bulgarian Christmas”. UBB’s e-banking clients can donate here; UPAY gateway users can donate here.
  • Donating via the virtual POS on the initiative’s website, www.bgkoleda.bg
  • Sending an SMS text message to 1117, valid for all mobile network providers.  
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