Vulnerable social groups

Provision of equipment for the computer hall at the “Asen Zlatarov“ Home for Children Deprived of Parental Care

The Bulgarian Development Bank supports the application of modern technology in the educational process and the opportunity for an equal start of all children.

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Development of a center for children with special educational needs

Supporting disadvantaged people and contributing to their successful integration into society represents a large part of BDB’s philosophy. Therefore, the Bulgarian Development Bank sponsors the establishment of a dedicated center for children with special educational needs at "Winnie the Pooh" Kindergarten in Stara Zagora.

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Bulgarian Christmas

The Bulgarian Development Bank has recognized the "Bulgarian Christmas" as part of its corporate social responsibility and has repeatedly supported the initiative.

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Support for Orphanage “Sv. Nikolay” with monastery “Sv. Troitsa”, village of Novi Han

The home for Children "Sv. Nikolay" with the "St. Trinity" Monastery is one of the institutions traditionally supported by the Bulgarian Development Bank. The bank regularly conducts internal campaigns to raise funds for the urgent needs of children and young people living in the home and in the protected housing in the village of Yakimovo.

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Support for National Fund “Sveti Nikola”

The Bulgarian Development Bank has a successful partnership with the National Fund "Sv. Nikola" for the implementation of a number of charities. The Bank supports the fund in organizing summer rehabilitation camps and theme trips for disabled children deprived of parental care.

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Support for the Liberal Ideas for Development and Adaptation Association

The Bulgarian Development Bank supported an Easter celebration event for adults and disadvantaged children with severe visual and motor impairments.

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