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Help came with a Scandinavian gait

January 27, 2021, 19:45 548 Author: Yana Lobanok deti.zp.ua The participants of the traditional campaign not only improved their health, but also took part in the treatment of Zaporozhye children.

“Every year in mid-January my friends and I go ... No, not to the bathhouse. We go to Khortitsa! " - such a story is ready to tell every participant of the traditional hikes of the Ukrainian Federation of Scandinavian Walking. The charity scandi trip took place on January 16 and brought together nearly thirty participants.

Khortytsia Island greeted the walkers with a pleasant frost, bright sun and crunchy snow. Well, just perfect conditions for outdoor activities! Moreover, in a team of like-minded people. And as a reward - pink cheeks and a charge of energy!

Participants of the hike together with the instructor Natalya Shupik not only improved their health, but also took part in the treatment of Zaporozhye children. A charitable contribution could be made right on Khortitsa. And those who failed to take part in the event did good virtually.

The collected funds will be used for the needs of the youngest residents of Zaporozhye, who immediately after birth find themselves in intensive care. The salvation of such babies depends on the timely assistance provided.

We sincerely thank the participants of the action of the Ukrainian Federation of Scandinavian Walking! Friends, to live positively, long and efficiently - this is about you!

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