On May 11, 2024, our foundation participated in the 21st “Together for the Community” civil organizations fair, where 31 civil organizations were represented. Our staff was accompanied by three enthusiastic volunteers who helped our activities and introduced our work to the visitors.

At our foundation’s booth, visitors could try resuscitation with the help of our volunteers, which was very popular. Children could engage with health education games, while we introduced our foundation’s activities to parents. Our school prevention programs drew particularly high interest from both teachers and parents.

We were pleased to meet students who had previously been our volunteers or participated in one of our programs. These reconnected relationships confirm for us that our work has a long-term impact on the community.

Such events are especially important for our foundation, as they provide an opportunity to meet people who would like to become our volunteers in the future or recommend our programs to schools and classes.

Our participation was not only useful but also inspiring, as we gained new ideas and cooperation opportunities that further strengthen our community involvement and commitment to health education and prevention.