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1. July 2020.

The third Philanthropy Festival was officially opened on June 29 and will last until July 4 on the online channels of the philanthropic platform, as well as on social networks dobročinitim.

For the third year in a row, the Philanthropy Festival seeks to raise awareness about giving, philanthropic heritage, charitable activities and collective actions through numerous interactive and educational activities for the purpose of improving the culture of giving in society.

The festival will include a number of online activities, such as:

• Serbian philanthropic tour, which will present the most important Serbian endowments

• A lexicon of philanthropy, which the citizens will create with their stories about philanthropy

• Online concert of young musicians organized by the Mitzy Magazine

• Collecting corks as part of the "A Cork for the Handicapped” campaign“,

• Facebook quiz that reveals "Which Serbian benefactor are you most similar to"

• Online performances for children "How great people grow up" and "Marko Kraljevic and Musa Kesedzija".

On the last day of the festival, the citizens will be invited to get involved in charitable actions of civil society organizations by choosing the activities they want to support through the platform for the purpose of individually contributing to the culture of giving becoming a habit. To this end, stickers for telephone platforms and everyday communication have been specially designed.

The program of the Philanthropy Festival is available on the website.

The Philanthropy Festival is part of the USAID-funded Giving Framework Improvement Project, implemented by the Charity Coalition, led by the Ana and Vlade Divac Foundation. The coalition additionally consists of the Trag Foundation, the Catalist Balkans, the SMART Collective, the Serbian Philanthropic Forum, and the Forum for Responsible Business and the Serbian Chamber of Commerce. The Philanthropy Festival is conducted in accordance with the goals of the Council for Philanthropy of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia.

Source:  and Coordination Body