Graduates of the transport and construction high school in Razgrad organize a charity bazaar to support a sick peer


A charity bazaar of graduates of the “Hristo Smirnenski” Vocational High School for Transport and Construction in Razgrad is raising funds to support 18-year-old Martin Hristov, the school announced.
The bazaar, located in the school’s assembly hall, offers handmade Christmas decorations and souvenirs. “We from high school believe in miracles, we also believe that small gestures of kindness and tolerance build a sense of empathy in children. Come to the Charity Christmas Bazaar and donate a piece of yourself to Marty’s treatment,” urge students and teachers. From there they add that within the framework of today, they have collected BGN 925 for the cause.
The bazaar was visited by the management and employees of the District Administration. They bought some of the decorations, thereby participating in the students’ donation campaign dedicated to their peer, who needs funds for expensive treatment in Turkey, the district administration reported.
The Christmas ornaments will remain on display tomorrow, for those who were unable to make it but wish to donate. Those wishing to support the cause of the high school students will have the opportunity to purchase a souvenir online on the Facebook page of the high school.
Martin Hristov was diagnosed with a rare type of spinal tumor, and his treatment was entrusted to the care of specialists in a Turkish clinic. More and more citizens and organizations are getting involved in the fight for Marty’s life. Dozens of people with big hearts, not only from the region, but also from the country, made it their cause.

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