AmCham Bulgaria donates 15 000 leva to two charity initiatives

Written by on December 20, 2013 in Bulgaria - No comments

The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Bulgaria donated 10 000 leva to the Bulgarian Christmas (Булгарска Коледа) charity initiative held under the patronage of President Rossen Plevneliev, AmCham said on December 20 2013.

The 2013-2014 Bulgarian Christmas campaign is under the slogan “Fewer children with poor eyesight and poor hearing”. The ultimate goal of the campaign is to provide hi-tech appliances to university and regional hospitals in the country.

AmCham Bulgaria also responded to an appeal by the “For Our Children” Foundation to help Syrian refugee children. The chamber donated 5000 leva for the needs of the children in Harmanli refugee centre.

AmCham would like to encourage its members to take part in the initiatives,” the chamber said. Bank account details:

For Bulgarian Christmas:

Bank account details: http://www.bgkoleda.bg/pravila

Contact: Darina Vladova: 0888715901

The bank account is in leva with United Bulgarian Bank AD according to a contract with Bulgarian National Television № 8847/14.11.2007
United Bulgarian Bank AD
BIC: UBBSBGSF

IBAN: BG13UBBS80023300186210

Account holder: Bulgarian National Television

(Дарителската банкова сметка е в лева при “ОБЕДИНЕНА БЪЛГАРСКА БАНКА” АД на специален режим на обслужване и предназначение, съгласно сключен договор БНТ № 8847/14.11.2007г.

ОБЕДИНЕНА БЪЛГАРСКА БАНКА АД

Титуляр на сметката е Българската национална телевизия)

For Our Children Foundation:

Raiffeisenbank (Bulgaria), разплащателна сметка
IBAN: BG32 RZBB 9155 1060 5337 67

BIC: RZBBBGSF
Payment details: refugee center Harmanli
Account holder: For Our Children Foundation

(Райфайзенбанк (България) ЕАД

IBAN: BG32 RZBB 9155 1060 5337 67

BIC: RZBBBGSF

Основание: „бежански център Харманли”
Получател Фондация за нашите деца)

(Photo: Ben Melrose/V Photo Agency) 

 

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