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PAOK Action support the «Children’s Umbrella» organisation with donation

PAOK FC have provided another new donation through its social responsibility arm PAOK Action, this time to support the social services offered by the Children’s Umbrella organisation which helps vulnerable groups of the population and small children in the Western Thessaloniki area.

18.05.2021

Enea Mihaj  and Christos Tzolis paid a visit to the «Children’s Umbrella» organisation of the Municipality of Pavlos Melas, and specifically in Efkarpia, Thessaloniki, and dished out electronic equipment & devices, computers and consumables to the social service organisation in order to help them improve their services, as well as its everyday operation.

The two players had the opportunity to take a guided your of the facility where there were many children waiting to greet them with gifts of their own! The players in turn did not hesitate to dish out a host of black and white gifts, as well as plenty of smiles while they also posed for photographs.

The Mayor of Pavlos Melas Mr. Dimitrios Demourtzidis stated:

«The social service facility is trying to create equal opportunities, and common starting points, in order to reduce the inequalities between children and vulnerable groups. And PAOK – through the very important collaboration that we have developed in the last year – came by to help and strengthen the project and its mission with this very valuable donation. PAOK has shown its kindness to us many times, the club is always there to help those who really need it, and we thank them very much.»

«Because for PAOK, life is more than just 90 minutes of a football match»

Learn more about the «Children’s Umbrella» HERE

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PAOK Action support the «Children’s Umbrella» organisation with donation

PAOK FC have provided another new donation through its social responsibility arm PAOK Action, this time to support the social services offered by the Children’s Umbrella organisation which helps vulnerable groups of the population and small children in the Western Thessaloniki area.

18.05.2021

Enea Mihaj  and Christos Tzolis paid a visit to the «Children’s Umbrella» organisation of the Municipality of Pavlos Melas, and specifically in Efkarpia, Thessaloniki, and dished out electronic equipment & devices, computers and consumables to the social service organisation in order to help them improve their services, as well as its everyday operation.

The two players had the opportunity to take a guided your of the facility where there were many children waiting to greet them with gifts of their own! The players in turn did not hesitate to dish out a host of black and white gifts, as well as plenty of smiles while they also posed for photographs.

The Mayor of Pavlos Melas Mr. Dimitrios Demourtzidis stated:

«The social service facility is trying to create equal opportunities, and common starting points, in order to reduce the inequalities between children and vulnerable groups. And PAOK – through the very important collaboration that we have developed in the last year – came by to help and strengthen the project and its mission with this very valuable donation. PAOK has shown its kindness to us many times, the club is always there to help those who really need it, and we thank them very much.»

«Because for PAOK, life is more than just 90 minutes of a football match»

Learn more about the «Children’s Umbrella» HERE

Relevant News

PAOK Action support the «Children’s Umbrella» organisation with donation

PAOK FC have provided another new donation through its social responsibility arm PAOK Action, this time to support the social services offered by the Children’s Umbrella organisation which helps vulnerable groups of the population and small children in the Western Thessaloniki area.

18.05.2021

Enea Mihaj  and Christos Tzolis paid a visit to the «Children’s Umbrella» organisation of the Municipality of Pavlos Melas, and specifically in Efkarpia, Thessaloniki, and dished out electronic equipment & devices, computers and consumables to the social service organisation in order to help them improve their services, as well as its everyday operation.

The two players had the opportunity to take a guided your of the facility where there were many children waiting to greet them with gifts of their own! The players in turn did not hesitate to dish out a host of black and white gifts, as well as plenty of smiles while they also posed for photographs.

The Mayor of Pavlos Melas Mr. Dimitrios Demourtzidis stated:

«The social service facility is trying to create equal opportunities, and common starting points, in order to reduce the inequalities between children and vulnerable groups. And PAOK – through the very important collaboration that we have developed in the last year – came by to help and strengthen the project and its mission with this very valuable donation. PAOK has shown its kindness to us many times, the club is always there to help those who really need it, and we thank them very much.»

«Because for PAOK, life is more than just 90 minutes of a football match»

Learn more about the «Children’s Umbrella» HERE