Knjaz Miloš and Bambi donated ‘X box’ consoles and LCD televisions to children’s departments of healthcare institutions all over Serbia

28/03/18

Knjaz Miloš and Bambi donated ‘X box’ consoles and LCD televisions to children’s departments of healthcare institutions all over Serbia

In order to make the hospital stay of the youngest patients easier, Knjaz Miloš and Bambi donated “Xbox” game consoles and LCD televisions to children’s departments of healthcare institutions across the country.

“Such initiatives of socially responsible companies enrich hospital content and help our youngest patients have quality time and fun by playing and socializing. When children can engage in normal activities, their stay in the hospital becomes more pleasant, and we, as medical staff, are grateful for that”, said Dragana Palalić, head nurse of the pediatric hospital “Dr Olga Popović – Dedijer”, which is part of the Clinical Hospital Center “Zvezdara”.

As the donation contains all the necessary equipment: gaming console, TV, joysticks and the most popular games, the sets have been immediately installed and ready for use in 10 hospitals across the country, which brought joy and smiles to youngsters’ faces.

Knjaz Miloš and Bambi are looking forward to the feedback from health professionals and children because it is a real encouragement to continue being socially responsible in the future.

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