Projekt Šance is a nongovernmental organization (NGO) providing
support to underprivileged youth living on the streets. For more
information and details on their monthly programs, please see
www.sance.info, send an e-mail
to firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact
Pavel Kozler at 604 215 969 or László Sümegh at 602 229 395.
Bluebird supports various activities for Project Šance:
If you'd like to make a donation, let us know!
Buy a CD and support the
2004 Projekt Šance Shower Project!
Bluebird is offering classical music CDs by violinist
Biljana Pelic at a special price:
1 CD for CZK 400! Fifty percent of the proceeds go to the Projekt Šance Shower
Project. We appreciate your support!
Benefit evening for Dům Šance
The purpose of the fundraising evening was to raise money to renovate
a house, Dům Šance, dedicated to educational projects for abandoned youngsters.
The evening was held at Mlýnec Restaurant on September 24, 2003, and
was hosted by Marek Eben. The program included dinner, musical entertainment
(from Jiří Korn & 4TET, Petr Janda, Václav Neckář and Djazz band), a raffle,
a scultpture auction and a silent auction.
Through the kind participation of attendees and donors, the evening was
a resounding success. Ticket sales raised 205,000 CZK, the silent auction
brought in 56,000 CZK and the sculpture auction yielded 41,000 CZK.
These proceeds will go a long way toward renovating Dům Šance and helping
the children and young people who most need it.
See photos from the evening.
2003 Christmas Collection –
Do They Know It’s Christmas?
In collaboration with Projekt Šance, Bluebird helped share the spirit
of Christmas with hundreds of underprivileged youngsters. We organized
a collection of basic food, clothing and pharmaceuticals from companies
Thanks to the generous contributions of donors and sponsors, we were
able to ensure that the Projekt Šance youngsters had a nice Christmas
dinner on the December 24. We were also able to collect pharmaceuticals,
food and clothing that they regularly need. Some sponsors gave cash,
which was also greatly appreciated.