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  • Donation of medical equipment to two major hospitals, St. Anna in Sofia and St. George in Plovdiv, to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. It also provided support to vulnerable groups in underprivileged areas of the country, as well as to the NGO “BCause” for its initiative to help families and children in the north-western Bulgaria which has been hit the hardest by the outbreak of the pandemic, with serious consequences for the economy. In addition, it supported the charity campaign of the Hellenic Business Council to support hospitals in Bulgaria during the pandemic.
  • Support for events focusing on Road Safety (Sofia Riders, Sofia Track Day). In addition, as an ambassador of the Road Safety Campaign, motorcycle champion Martin Choy supported responsible driving to further raise awareness of the issue.
  • Financial support and donations to organisations such as the International Women Club, the “Ole male” Christmas action and the installation of an interactive playground at a primary school in Varna.
  • Donations to support sports associations and events (Sofia Marathon, support for Martin Choy for his participation in the Bulgarian National and East European Championships and the World Endurance Championships).
  • Support for organisations that help families of children with special needs, in particular mothers, to enable them to work from home (“Maiko Mila” Foundation and “Ole Male” action).