IWC Annual Charity Bazaar celebrates its 20th Anniversary
IWC 20TH ANNUAL CHARITY BAZAAR: THE WORLD COMES TO YOU
The preparations for the 20th Annual Charity Bazaar, scheduled for Sunday, 7th of December, are underway. The event will take place at the Inter Expo Center, Sofia from 10:30 until 5:00pm.
This year the IWC Charity Bazaar will be more colourful and festive than ever as it celebrates its 20th Anniversary. The Bazaar doors will open at 10.30 am on Sunday, 7th December with the beautiful music accompaniment of Sofia Brass Orchestra. The IWC 20th Annual Charity Bazaar is under the Patronage of the President of the Republic of Bulgaria Rosen Plevneliev.
The price of the tickets for the Annual Charity Bazaar is BGN 3 (for children up to 12 years the entrance is free)
There is also a IWC Charity Bazaar 2014 Tickets Presale: Theater “Sofia” ticket desk at the corner of Slavyanska and G. S. Rakovski str., cultural centre G 8 at 8 William Gladstone str. and Euro Cinema at 17 Alexander Stamboliyski blvd.
A short history of IWC Annual Charity Bazaar
The first IWC Charity Bazaar was held in 1994, and with each passing year it has become more and more successful. Now in its 20th year it is an event not to be missed!. The Annual Charity Bazaar is the result of 100% volunteer efforts and the generosity of local and international businesses.
The Bazaar is always a great holiday full of fun and entertainment that serves as the major source of funding for the IWC’s selected charity projects. Due to the Bazaar educational, health, training and integration programs throughout Bulgaria receive the IWC sustainable support. At last year’s Bazaar, 45 countries were represented. Thanks to the generous support of their donor community, embassies, local and foreign businesses, the money raised was over 312,000.00 BGN.
Meet the the coordinator of the Annual Charity Bazaar in Sofia
Read more about the Bazaar in our interview with the coordinator of the Annual Charity Bazaar in Sofia – Fatma Senem Ustun: IWC Charity Bazaar: Mindfulness together with good works.
Information and text courtesy: Elisaveta Petrusheva