“Easter Bunny Action by Together for Children Brings Joy to 2,600 Children Across Greece”

Once again, this year, Together for Children provided Easter gifts to 2,600 children residing in 26 child welfare organizations across Greece through the “Easter Bunny” initiative.

This year, Easter baskets, chocolate eggs, Easter bread, and new shoes were collected and distributed to children supported by Together for Children.

This initiative was made possible through the generous participation of companies, individuals, educators, school students, and volunteers. Specifically, students from Arsakeio-Tositseio School of Ekali, Doukas Schools, I.M. Panagiotopoulos Schools, Kostis Geitonas Schools, and Jeanne D’arc Hellenic-French School, as well as employees from companies such as ALD Automotive, efood, Intercars, LeasePlan, Remax Greece, and Spitogatos, volunteered for the action, creating Easter baskets and collecting gifts for the children. Some also had the opportunity to visit the facilities and personally deliver the Easter packages to the children, sharing their joy.

Learn more about the action HERE.

A Few Words about the “Easter Bunny” Action by Together for Children

The “Easter Bunny” initiative is part of the “I Give Because I Care” program created by Together for Children in 2012 with the aim of supporting children living in child welfare organizations.

More than 200 organizations across Greece participate in the program’s network, which supports 18,000 children annually by providing food, essential items, school supplies, toys, clothing, footwear, and furniture.

The program aims to reduce socio-economic inequalities and improve living conditions for children and their families, while also helping to upgrade the facilities.

Goods are collected at the facilities of Together for Children throughout the year, in collaboration with schools of all levels, private sector companies, individuals, and the Food Bank. They are then evaluated, sorted, and offered to partner organizations nationwide, according to their needs.