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Happy holidays!

Christmas article and so early? I want to write a Christmas wish already now because our clients still have enough time to get involved and make a valuable donation for the benefit of children.

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Christmas article and so early? I want to write a Christmas wish already now because our clients still have enough time to get involved and make a valuable donation for the benefit of children.

I’ll keep this short and hope that everyone who has the opportunity will be involved in supporting the children and young people, who after all are our future.

Happy holidays to all of our customers and huge thanks to all of you as well as everyone who has visited our website!

Here you can get acquainted with Kummit: https://kummit.fi/tietoa-meista/kummit-ry-info/

Come with us to do Christmas miracles!
With a Christmas donation, you help children and young people.
This Christmas, your help is especially important, as it supports the best possible hospital care for small patients all over Finland.

As a company, you can donate here: kummit.fi/yritysille/kummien-joulukampanja-yritysille/

As an individual, you can make a donation here: kummit.pay.iraiser.eu/b/my donation

In Finland, up to 100,000 children and young people suffer from anxiety.
In order to get the attention worthy of an important topic, we asked top Finnish artists to make art from genuine anxiety depictions of children and young people. The stories and works have been published on November 20, Children’s Rights Day.

Check out the artworks here: kummit.fi/mielentila

You can donate to the mental health work of children and young people here: lahjoitus.kummit.fi/mielentila

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