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Source: Moscow Government – Moscow Government –

On April 13 and 14, a charity fair will be held on the territory of the capital’s Bread Factory No. 9 space. It will become part of the “City of Caring” festival, dedicated to Patron and Benefactor Day.

“24 non-profit organizations will present their products at the fair. At the stands you will find children’s toys, designer clothes and accessories, interior items and much more,” said

Natalia Sergunina, Deputy Mayor of Moscow.

All proceeds from sales will be used to help the wards of non-profit organizations (NPOs): children, large families, older people, and animals.

The Virta Animal Welfare Fund will offer visitors badges, keychains, thermoses and other products with images of dogs and cats. The organization “Love Life,” which develops inclusive culture in Russia, will present products made of wool, wood and leather, and the Victoria Children’s Foundation will present handmade ceramics.

NPO wards themselves took part in the creation of some products. Thus, the windows of the Yaseneva Polyana, Road of Mercy and Unity foundations will display souvenirs, toys, pottery and jewelry made by people with disabilities.

In addition, products for the fair were prepared by volunteers and specialists from charitable organizations. For example, their knitted toys and epoxy resin products will appear at the stand of the Hare House wild animal rehabilitation center.

Festival guests will also be treated to creative master classes, immersive performances and interactive platforms. Detailed program posted Online.

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