Ukrsotsbank Announces Termination of Charity Campaign Save Little Life
OREANDA-NEWS. PJSC "Ukrsotsbank", which operates under the UniCredit Bank trade mark, announces termination of a charity campaign "Save a little life". Charity program was conducted jointly with Elena Pinchuk "ANTIAIDS" and aimed at helping HIV-infected children.
Charity campaign "Save a little life" was running from 28 February to 17 March 2013. During the joint social initiative there was collected a sum of 13 880 UAH with the help of 426 indifferent participants. All the collected funds will be guaranteed transferred to the Elena Pinchuk’s "ANTIAIDS" Foundation to support newborns with positive immunodeficiency status towards children's crisis care center of Kiev’s maternity hospital number 4.
It should be noted that the charity campaign was held via "KupySkydku" web-site where every indifferent person could make a contribution to the saving of the little lives. To become one of the patrons it was required to visit a special page of "Save a little life" initiative, get a coupon in the amount of 10, 50, 100 or 200 UAH, which then became a personal donation. Number of contributions by means of coupons was not limited.
The opportunity to exchange a coupon for a charitable U-card* multi-branded card of PJSC "Ukrsotsbank", UniCredit Bank™, was an additional bonus for all patrons.
In its turn, the "KupySkydku" company provided an excellent opportunity for all the participants of "Save a Little Life" charity event, who had received and activated the U-card card till 22/03/13, to participate in the raffle of a modern gadget - IPhone 5.
According to the results of a raffle by "KupySkydku" company, which was held today, on March 27, 2013, the winner and the happy owner of a special prize - smartphone IPhone 5 – became STAROSTENKO YULIA.
PJSC "Ukrsotsbank", UniCredit Bank™, sincerely greets the winner, STAROSTENKO YULIA, and expresses its gratitude to all the indifferent participants of the social initiative "Save a little life", who joined saving the newborns.