Moscow will host the jubilee Soulful Bazar
Dec 22, 2019. in Expocentre held a charity fair X Soulful Bazar is the largest charity market of Russia, which since 2010, traditionally held in Moscow in December before the Christmas holidays. The project translates the idea of a conscious philanthropy as a lifestyle, part of the culture and supports charitable programs and projects a registered non-profit organizations that contribute to the solution of social problems and systemic changes.
The event will feature more than 50 social projects in different areas of care, including complex – palliative care, assistance to people with mental and physical disabilities, assistance to vulnerable categories, bullying, etc. But even them will be discussed in a comfortable hotel atmosphere to the General mood of participation in Mental Bazar'e were pleasant. After participating in the action "Charity tree", which is part of the fair, all 10 years, everyone will be able to feel a real Christmas wizard.
What can you catch in one day?
- to try something that had never been done before (to learn the word in sign language, driving fast the map with your eyes closed, play a game of Curling, work at a loom);
- to find out what is wanted (how you can help without money, how to give things a second life, how to talk with children about the death of older relatives, how to become a caregiver future guide dog);
- to see what didn't happen (70-year-old models on the catwalk, a photo exhibition on slow fashion, recycled waste material for new production, a tactile wall).
And by tradition, Sincere Bazar'e you can buy Christmas gifts for yourself and loved ones, tasty snack (and maybe something to cook!) or drink herbal tea for a leisurely conversation about the importance, go to view Upsala circus from Saint Petersburg to attend CreativeMornings or PechaKucha, to plunge into virtual reality games and much more.
Jubilee Soulful Bazar will be held Dec 22, 2019. in Expocentre (Krasnopresnenskaya embankment, 14), pavilion No. 2, from 11 to 19 hours. Admission is free.