We’ve surpassed $10 million in donations!
We have reached an incredible milestone! 28. Jun has donated over $10 million worth of humanitarian aid just one month before our 10th anniversary! What makes this feat so impressive is that we have done it completely organically. We have never applied for or received a grant from any government, foreign NGO or international bank. Our…Read More
28. Jun Opens First Serbian School In Croatia Outside of Vukovar!
Humanitarian organization 28. Jun joined the Naša Kuća association in opening the first Serbian school in Croatia outside of Vukovar today. The school is located in the village of Đevrske near Knin. There 30 students will learn the Serbian language, alphabet, history, culture and traditions. The Deputy Prime Minister of Croatia Anja Šimpraga joined 28….Read More
28. Jun donates 8.8 million RSD to families of fallen miners
40 days after the tragedy at the Sokobanja mine, international humanitarian organization 28. Jun announced the donation of 8.8 million RSD to the families of the 8 miners who tragically lost their lives on April 1st. The organization revealed the amount donated at the 1st World Youth Assembly at the United Nations in Geneva, while…Read More
28. Jun addresses UN on Sokobanja mine tragedy, Rio Tinto in Serbia and Novak Djokovic
The 28. Jun delegation spent a week at the United Nations in Geneva and addressed the 24th session of the Working Group on Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, the 1st World Youth Assembly and a special session of the Union of Arab Banks. 28. Jun announced an 8.8 million RSD donation to the families of the…Read More
Humanitarian of the Year: Luka Jovic
To mark our 10-year anniversary we will be recognizing 10 humanitarians who through their kindness have made the world a better place. After giving our good friend Novak Djokovic the first award, we will stay on the theme of elite global athletes and present the 2nd award to Luka Jovic of Real Madrid. His contribution…Read More
Humanitarian of the Decade: Novak Djokovic
Jelena & Novak Djokovic have embodied positive Serbian values — humanitarianism, courage, class — for over a decade through their charitable work, sacrifice and family values. We also want to recognize and honor the incredible work of the entire team at the Novak Djokovic Foundation. We look forward to another 10 years of working together…Read More
Urgent: Support the families of 8 miners killed in Soko coal mine!
An accident in Soko coal mine has killed eight miners and wounded 21 others. The accident occurred at 4 a.m. on Friday when part of the mine collapsed, releasing the methane gas inside and suffocating the miners. Six of those killed are from Aleksinac, one from Vranje, one from Soko Banja. The youngest was only…Read More
Arsenijević family results! (This video made Serbia cry, first time little Sladjan saw a bathroom)
We did it! Just over a month ago, we shared with you the heartbreaking story of the Arsenijević family from Krusevac. Živadinka is fighting terminal cancer while trying her best to leave her special needs boy, Sladjan, a warm home after she passes away. SRPSKI With great joy, we want to share with you that TOGETHER,…Read More
Humanitarian organization 28. Jun marks International Women’s Day with donation to maternity wards
Donation of love to maternity wards To mark International Women’s Day, humanitarian organization 28. Jun made a sizable donation to maternity wards in Kraljevo and Leskovac which included thousands of specialized medical-grade baby outfits, sleeping gowns for new mothers, complete linen sets for maternity beds and cloth diapers. With this delivery 28. Jun returned to…Read More
28. Jun launches huge project for maternity wards in Serbia!
’28. Jun Women’ was formed several years ago as a special division of the international humanitarian organization, 28. Jun, with the goal of empowering women in the Western Balkans. To mark our 10th anniversary year, we carefully planned a project which is extremely important to everyone, not just women — the ‘Donacija Ljubavi’ project. With this initiative, we…Read More