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Charity ski race I JA SE BORIM 2024 on Kopaonik on March 29

The ski resorts of Serbia and the organization NURDOR are organizing the traditional humanitarian ski race “I JA SE BORIM” on March 29, starting at 12 noon on Kopaonik, on the Karaman Greben track.

From March 28, all interested skiers and boarders and mountain lovers can apply for participation in the Administrative Building of the Ski Resort of Serbia on Kopaonik. The registration fee for participation in the race is 1000 dinars. The collected funds are intended for the adaptation of the new Parents’ House in Belgrade for the accommodation and care of children suffering from cancer from all over Serbia.

Those interested who do not ski, but want to donate money, can do so by making a payment to the giro account of NURDOR 170-30010715000-82, with the note “I JA SE BORIM” Charity Ski Race, calling the number 2903 or by purchasing a T-shirt to make their contribution action.

The best competitors can expect valuable prizes, skis and ski tickets for the next season.

The National Association of Parents of Children with Cancer was founded in 2003 by parents of treated children, doctors and psychologists and friends from all over Serbia with the aim of emotionally, practically and materially helping new families who are just beginning the long and uncertain struggle to cure their little ones. During its nineteen years of operation, the association launched numerous projects, many of which were implemented for the first time in Serbia and which significantly contributed to improving the quality of childhood cancer treatment in our country: eight rehabilitation camps for cured children per year; five Parents’ Houses in Belgrade, Novi Sad and Niš; construction of a new children’s hemato-oncology department in Nis; weekly psycho-social support workshops for children and parents; education of volunteers, parents, medical staff…

In 2019, NURDOR started a large project with the aim of building and equipping a new Parents’ House in Belgrade, which will provide free accommodation and care for children and their families who come from all over Serbia to the capital for treatment. Given that these are often materially disadvantaged families from smaller communities, it is extremely important to provide them with support. That for any child, illness does not represent an interruption of childhood, and for parents, a loss of dignity.