December 8, 2020

Christmas 2020

Jelena and Marko are two of the 115,000 children in Serbia who live in absolute poverty. For them, the Christmas Holidays are not about presents but about survival. While some of us have managed to weather the COVID-19 pandemic better than others, this year has seen more children plunged into extreme poverty than ever before….

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December 8, 2020

2020 Humanitarian Recap

2020 REVIEW: WHAT WE DID TO BATTLE COVID-19• Donated over 100,000 protective equipment items including N95 respirator masks, gowns, gloves and eye protective goggles worth nearly $1 million to help curb the pandemic in Serbia.• Translated and distributed the leading manual for COVID-19 prevention and treatment to 200,000 medical personnel throughout the Western Balkans within…

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December 1, 2020

Record-breaking Autumn for ’28. Jun’

Thanks to your support our organization has had the busiest Autumn on record! While other humanitarian organizations struggle to survive due to the pandemic, your trust in us has enabled us to help thousands of people in need. We donated several tons of aid to women’s shelters in Sombor, Pancevo and Zrenjanin to mark a…

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October 14, 2020

28. Jun Launches Biggest Women’s Project Ever in Western Balkans

28. Jun Women is committed to empowering women in the Western Balkans. As one of the broadest campaigns in support of women’s mental and physical health, the core pillars of our initiative are ensuring women’s access to education, participation in sport and economic leadership. We will aggressively combat current issues of domestic violence and trafficking…

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July 20, 2020

Covid-19 Donation Concludes 8-year Humanitarian Project

28. Jun has proudly supported Clinical Center Nis by donating 8 tonnes of medical aid during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020. The organization collaborated with Director Zoran Radovanovic, who expressed his immense gratitude on behalf of all staff and patients at the center and for the donation as well as previous…

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June 28, 2020

Hitmaker Humanitarian Hopes to Transform Basketball Court into Sustainable Technicolor Oasis

AKRON, Ohio​—​ As a teen, Filip Filipi used a burgeoning music career to jumpstart philanthropic projects that would lead him all the way to United Nations summits where he would repeatedly speak on behalf of vulnerable populations. Today, he returns to music, bonding beats with goodwill to transform a suburban basketball court into a technicolor…

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June 16, 2020

Medical aid donated during COVID-19 pandemic

28. Jun is proud to inform you that a donation of medical aid sent to Serbia through our fundraising and volunteer efforts was used by the Serbian government during the crisis response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our team is grateful for the cooperation of all agencies and personnel involved in this effort. We are incredibly…

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June 11, 2020

Annual Brand Audit

To coincide with our fiscal year-end, 28. Jun conducts an annual internal brand audit. This year we have decided to share our findings with our supporters. • Our organization’s name in various formats and languages heeds about 944,000 results as of 2020-05-01. Of these 7 (0.00007%) are negative, 32 (0.003%) are neutral with the rest…

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June 8, 2020

Free “Ne damo Svetinje” for everyone in Montenegro

Our “Ne damo svetinje” initiative in support of free and democratic principles in Montenegro has been underway for several days now. The diaspora’s support has allowed the good people of Montenegro to stand up and voice their opinions and needs. We thank you all sincerely for this continued show of solidarity and unity. As a…

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June 7, 2020

Ne damo Svetinje!

After watching with concern the events unfolding in Montenegro, and carefully researching and sifting through misinformation, 28. Jun has decided to take a stand with the pro-democracy protesters. Proceeds from our ‘Ne damo svetinje’ T-shirts will go toward supporting brave initiatives to defend the rights of the Montenegrin people and their wish to democratically and…

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