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"New Holland" called on St. Petersburg to take part in the "New Year's mail"

"New Holland" called on St. Petersburg to take part in the "New Year's mail"From December 21, 2019 to January 8, 2020, an action aimed at collecting gifts for wards of charitable organizations will work in New Holland in St. Petersburg. The action was called "New Year's mail", the press service of the site.

“Every year on New Year's Eve, residents of St. Petersburg collect pleasant and useful gifts for those who find themselves in a difficult life situation, needing attention and support. Gift collection at the New Year's market in New Holland has already become a good tradition, and everyone will be able to leave useful and pleasant things for the wards, and volunteers will deliver them to the addressee, ”the organizers said.

Gifts will be distributed among the wards of the Nochlezhka fund (helping homeless people), AdVita fund (helping people with cancer, hematological and immunological diseases), the Anton is here nearby fund (helping people with autism spectrum disorders), and the Warm House fund ( assistance to families in difficult situations), the Old Age in Joy fund (assistance to the elderly) and the Lost Fund (help to homeless animals).

Due to the abundance of referral options, there are a lot of options with gifts. Homeless people are best presented with woolen hats, scarves, mittens, thermoses, eco bags, cosmetic sets (razors, creams, combs, toothbrushes and pastes, nippers).

For people with various diseases it is best to give books, stationery, creativity kits, socks. It is better for families who find themselves in a difficult situation to donate children's clothes and shoes, school stationery, rugs, mugs, hats and scarves. Elderly people will be pleased to receive as a gift shawls on their heads, nightgowns, scanwords, checkers and more.

“Please do not wrap the gift in wrapping paper. We need to see the contents in order to know what to give and to whom. The following will not be accepted as a present: used things, products without individual packaging, glass products, ”the organizers noted.

"New Holland" called on St. Petersburg to take part in the "New Year's mail"

In St. Petersburg, yards are becoming increasingly dangerous for children due to driver-violators, the St. Petersburg Diary reports.

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According to Tatyana Suslova, head of the traffic safety propaganda department of the State Traffic Safety Inspectorate for St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region, the threat of getting under the wheels of a car in St. Petersburg yards is growing exponentially.

Injuries are received by younger students, preschoolers and even babies in wheelchairs. Moreover, 75% of such accidents occur due to the fault of drivers. They travel at speed and do not follow the rules for reversing.

Inspectors recall that a child of 6-7 years old can not respond to changing traffic conditions. Plus, he doesn’t think that he can be in danger in the yard. Another traumatic place is unregulated pedestrian crossings, where it is difficult for children to navigate.

Recall that the traffic police noted an increase in 2019 in the number of accidents involving children by 4% compared to 2018.


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