Art for children in need!

The 1st of June – with the support of PRISUN

Sts. Constantine and Helena Foundation organised children's festivities on the occasion of the International Children's Day and over the successful completion of the academic year for the smallest children of the homes for children deprived of parental care. The event consisted of two parts and took place with the exclusive support of juices and nectars PRISUN.

Festivities started on 30 May with a children's party at the Special Boarding School in the village of Krivnya, overhauled with funds of the Foundation. For two hours, children enjoyed a children's party with many competitive, music and fun games. The party ended with many presents, sweets and various delicatessen and, naturally, juices and nectars from PRISUN.

Later the same day, festivities continued for the children of the home for children deprived of parental care Knyaginya Nadezhda in the city of Varna. For the first time, the youngsters saw a 3D movie at the cinema! Their shouts of joy and laughter filled the movie theatre. Sweets and presents from the children's menu were an integral part of the holiday for children of the home. It continued on 1 June with sweets and juices and nectars from PRISUN.

1 June saw the special performance of Puppet Theatre Shturche for the smallest children of the home for children deprived of parental care Drugarche – Varna. At the interactive spectacle with songs and games, children enjoyed drawn fairy tales with Uncle Itso after fairy tales of Brothers Grimm. They also received many sweet surprises, presents and, of course, juices and nectars from PRISUN.

During the parties in the marine capital, the Sts. Constantine and Helena Foundation donated the three children's institutions the books collected during the campaign “Donate a Children's Book – Create Magic”.

As a second part of celebrations, two charity movies were screened in the cinema, as part of the new initatiative of the Sts. Constantine and Helena Foundation: “Art Today – Opportunities Tomorrow!”, with which a scholarship programme for higher education of children deprived of parental care is instituted.

Lora from Morning Till Evening, 2011. Genre: Comedy Director and writer: Dimitar Kotsev – Shosho: 1 June 2012, 20:00 – Europe Hall, Festival and Congress Centre,

Operation Shmenti-Capelli, 2011. Genre: Comedy Director: Ivan Mitov, writer: Vladislav Karamfilov – Vladi Vurgala: 2 June 2012, 20:00 – Hall 1, Festival and Congress Centre,

Ticket price: BGN 5. (for sale at the ticket centre of Festival and Congress Centre Varna)

“Art Today – Opportunities Tomorrow!” will give a chance to children deprived of parental care to see the real opportunity for a better future which goes hand in hand with personal achievements, labour and diligence.