IDEA chain of supermarkets & Unitas have joined forces to help the neediest in the Municipality of Kursumlija and the Municipality of Prokuplje. Over 1 000 people will receive food and hygiene supplies in the upcoming period. Local administration of Kursumlija and Prokuplje are helping us reach the neediest, and with the sustenance of our patron Idea, our Unitas Knight, we will reach our goals! Visit us soon for updates on this project!
Belgrade children's shelter "Svratiste za decu" was assisted by Unitas Foundation in its resolve to help the destitute and abandoned children. Left without means to supply the hygiene for its charges, the Shelter was approached by Unitas in its newest project "The Big Brother".Read more...
On March 15, Bozur Humanitarian Society & Unitas Humanitarian Foundation, with the support of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Washington, DC organized a fundraising dinner at the University Club of Chicago.Read more...
In cooperation with the Unitas Fond, in the University Club of Chicago on the 15th of March, a charity dinner will be held for the new action of the Humanitarian Society "Božur".
All proceeds from the charity dinner will be donated to children without parents and to the most endangered families in Kosovo and Metohija, and part of the proceeds will go to aid soup kitchens for the elderly and the most vulnerable.
Host of the evening is HE Vuk Jeremić (President of the 67th Session of the United Nations General Assembly), and he will take the keynote address.
Republic of Serbia, with the passed laws and regulations in the humanitarian and fundraising spheres in the last two years, is still not a fertile ground for those wanting to give and organize aid and help.Read more...
Bela Palanka is a town in south-east Serbia, and is located in one of the poorest regions in the country. The winter of 2011 came hard on those living in the region, low temperatures and inaccessible mountainous regions brought an increase in those that needed help and aid.
Unitas Fund sent relief packages to Red Cross Bela Palanka. In the days of the festive season, Unitas managed to raise funds and visit poverty-stricken and most deprived residents of Bela Palanka.
Ambassador Vladimir Petrović before the Unitas Fund donated five computers to the Kragujevac Gymnasium.
Unitas Fund sends relief packages to Red Cross Doljevac, one of the poorest cities in Serbia.
Unitas supplied Doljevac with monthly supplies of food and hygiene packages for the people on the Red Cross welfare.
Unitas Fund signed a three year Memorandum of Understanding with the Red Cross Serbia.
This officially acknowledges the cooperation between the two humanitarian organizations and binds them to mutual support in the joint fight against poverty in the most stricken parts of Serbia.Read more...
Unitas sent 100 rubber boots and 1000 hygiene packages to Novi Pazar as a relief support after the big floods in the area.
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