Young girl who overcame cancer invites everyone to support sick children and their families at the Charity Duck Race22 April 2019
This week a press conference for the charity Duck Race 2019 took place at which representatives of three Estonian charities – the Estonian Association of Parents of Children with Cancer (EAPCC), the ‘Gift of Life’ Cancer Treatment Foundation and the Minu Unistuste Päev (My Dream Day) charity foundation – showcased the family event, which is to be held on 8 June. Eight-year-old Annabel Sepp, who overcame cancer thanks to the support of benefactors, also attended the press conference.
Charity Duck Race Invites Everyone to Support Children Diagnosed with Cancer and Their Families24 April 2018
Three Estonian charities – the Estonian Association of Parents of Children with Cancer (EAPCC), the Gift of Life Cancer Treatment Foundation and My Dream Day Charity Foundation (Minu Unistuste Päev) invite all Estonian people and companies to participate in this year's Duck Race and support children diagnosed with cancer and their families by doing so. Nearly 14,000 rubber ducks enter the race.
Women´s United Power22 March 2018
International Women's Club of Tallinn (IWCT) has supported Charity Foundation My Dream Day (Heategevusfond Minu Unistuste Päev) since the early years of the foundation. For already six years in a row women from different countries have stood beside us. One of My Dream Day founders Marianne Bruhn, who were also member of IWCT, played a major role here.
Awareness event in Solaris centre05 August 2015
Bi-annual training at Moelava09 October 2014
Minu Unistuste Päev received 623 dreams at the Europe Day01 May 2014
WOW! Yesterday Minu Unistuste Päev received 623 dreams from children.