28 November 2013

The World Floorball Championships 2013 in the Czech Republic is not only about playing floorball. The Organising Committee has launched a charity project: Floorball brings hope!

The charity project focuses on pregnant women and single mothers with children who remain alone in the depressive living conditions related to loss of the housing or job. The official partner of the WFC Charity project is UNIHOC.

The Charity project is divided into following parts:


- Our goals help! – the local organising committee will pay a specific amount of money – 10 CZE (0,4 €) for each scored goal during the WFC. The scorer of the goal or scoring team can do the same if they choose to do so and then the player/team receives the special sticker for donation.

- Public donation for charity – aimed to spectators of the WFC who can participate with financial contribution to the charity project.

- Charity calendar – the organisers have prepared a special calendar and the profit from the sale will be used for charity.

- WFC gold spectator´s medal – the organisers will pay 1 CZE for every single spectator above the official WFC spectator´s record for the whole championships and for a single match.

- UNIHOC for charity – a specific amount of money – 25 - 50 CZE ( 1 - 2 €) will be given to the charity project from the sales of marked WFC merchandising products.

Charita 2The whole amount of the collected money will be presented to the representatives of the Charity house during the final match in ČEZ ARÉNA. The participation in the project is absolutely voluntary for all the participating teams.

The charity aims directly to  support the chosen subject:

 

Charity house of Saint Zdislava, CharitasOstrava - asylum house for mothers with children
Address - Kořenského 913/17, 703 00 Ostrava-Vítkovice

 

Website - www.ostrava.caritas.cz 
The charity house of Saint Zdislavais is focused directly on pregnant women and single mothers with children in the depressive living conditions. The charity project supports these women and offers them  a new home for them and their children, taking care about the babies and providing other important services.