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Charitable campaign

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Bravery boxes

The “Bravery boxes” is a charity which brings a little joy and lifts the spirit of children who need it most. Childhood is not always serene. Nowadays, thousands of young patients are treated in children's hospitals. In order to brighten up their stay in strict medical institutions, we made Bravery boxes.
We fill the Bravery boxes with toys and transfer them to the sponsored children's hospitals. For every unpleasant or painful procedure a child receives an award in the form of an opportunity to choose a favourite toy from these colourful boxes.

Brave kids are many, and it is often necessary to replenish the boxes installed in our offices for collecting toys. You can take part in a good deal as well.

Information on the campaign and which toys can be placed in the Bravery boxes is provided over each box. Taking into account hygienic safety, only new toys (in the package) can be transferred to the hospitals. We do not put cuddly toys, as household dust can cause allergies in children. Before sending them, the toys are carefully sorted and treated with a sterilizer.

Here are just a few of the addresses where the toys collected will be sent:

  1. Children's Hospital No. 25 in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
  2. Paediatric Oncology CSTO № 1 in Yekaterinburg, Russia
  3. Children's Clinical Hospital № 9 in Yekaterinburg, Russia
  4. City Children's Hospital in Krasnodar, Russia

We hope to turn children’s tears into smiles and that Bravery boxes will never be empty. You can contribute to this charitable campaign by purchasing our tours. 10 pounds from each one will be donated to this campaign.


Bravery boxes