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Viljandi Culture Academy has joined NGO Slava Ukraini’s charity campaign to collect woollen items for Ukrainians

Viljandi Culture Academy has joined NGO Slava Ukraini’s charity campaign to collect woollen items for Ukrainians. Knitted items are collected until 30 November 2022.

According to Marvi Remmik, leader of the Culture Academy’s donation campaign “Woollen socks to Ukrainian soldiers”, their campaign was highly successful and people’s desire to help did not wane even after it ended. “So we decided to join Slava Ukraini’s initiative collecting warm woollen items for soldiers as well as civilians.”

The knitted items can be brought until 30 November:

· To the receptionist in the main building of Viljandi Culture Academy (Posti 1, Viljandi). The building is open Mon–Fri 7:45–21 and Sat–Sun 8–18.

· To the donation box in the lobby of the University of Tartu Faculty of Arts and Humanities building (Jakobi 2, Tartu). The building is open Mon–Fri 7:30–20:30 and Sat–Sun 8–18.

You can donate unworn woollen knits of all sizes: socks, gloves/mittens, hats, scarves, sweaters.

The donations are sent to NGO Slava Ukraini, who will take them to Ukraine.

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