Seasonal gifts on offer at Sonček stand in check-in hall
Aerodrom Ljubljana continues a long tradition of cooperation with Sonček (Slovenian for “little sun”). In December there is a stand in check-in hall of Ljubljana Airport passenger terminal, where passengers and visitors can buy different festive items. The stand can be visited is on 1, 5, 13 and 21 December between 7 am and 15 pm and is offering delightful greetings cards, seasonal decorations and small gifts. All the products are handmade by persons with cerebral palsy from Sonček care and work centres.
Delight your loved ones with attractive, affordable and unique gifts! They will feel even nicer and more meaningful since your purchase will be contributing to a good cause. The proceeds from the sale of products will go to persons with disability who are employed at Sonček care and work centres, as a reward for their work.
Come visit the Sonček stand – the more the merrier!
Sonček (Slovenian for “little sun”) is the association of cerebral palsy societies of Slovenia. It is a non-profit, non-governmental and non-political national disabled organisation, founded in 1983 by the Gorenjska Cerebral Palsy Society and the Maribor Cerebral Palsy Society. Originally a parents organisation, it developed into a professional organisation that operates in the field of disabled person care, and provides programmes and services intended for disabled persons, professional circles and also the parents of children with special needs and their close relatives. The services comprise care and work centres and programmes of accommodation in residential groups, while it also offers programmes of resumed rehabilitation, health therapy colonies, holidays, consulting, education and transport. It comprises 15 regional cerebral palsy societies, the Society for Assistance to Preterm Children, the Sonček Club and the cerebral palsy sports society Žarek (Ray). The association brings together more than 4,000 persons with cerebral palsy and other disabilities, their close relatives and professional workers. For more information go to ww.soncek.org
Zg. Brnik, November 30, 2016