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Polish football celebs join annual Christmas charity

29.11.2021 16:00
Poland's national football team has joined the annual Noble Parcel Christmas charity, which aims to help families in need. 
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Launched in 2001, the charity has over the years become one of the largest such campaigns in the country. It runs all year long, but it peaks in the run-up to the Christmas season.

The Nobel Parcel campaign is every year joined by outstanding figures from the worlds of politics, culture, arts and sports. The goal of the Christmas collection is not raising funds for the needy, but preparing special Christmas parcels for families under the charity's care.

Some 2 million Poles experience poverty, according to a recent study based on data from the country's Central Statistical Office (GUS) and reports from volunteers who have visited more than 15,000 families across Poland.

Radio Poland's Agnieszka Bielawska has the story.

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