Local | The shopping center Hornstull organizes collection on behalf of unaccompanied refugee children

By on December 9, 2015

December 12 at 11-16 residents and visitors in Hornstull help to build up the lives of fifty unaccompanied refugees. The young people are placed in accommodation in Södermalm in southern Stockholm. What is at the top of the wish list are warm clothes, technology, gift cards and experiences.

The shopping center Hornstull has since opening defended Hornstull and vicinity, and particularly much this year. During the Lucia weekend is the opportunity for the public to give Christmas presents to some 50 unaccompanied youth who live in temporary accommodation primarily in the area. On the wishlist is warm clothing as thick sweaters, mittens, jackets, hats, scarves, thick socks and shoes. Even technology will come in use when some of the young people, for example, lacks a cell phone. Gift cards and experiences are also gifts that would please.

There are many unaccompanied youth who lack the basics to avoid freezing in winter. Hopefully, our gathering here in Hornstull help some of the needy. The young people who are the beneficiaries of our efforts are aged 14-16. Both boys and girls but with a predominance of boys, says Sara Falkevik, Marketing Director Hornstull.

The size of the children is between 14 to 16 years. Naturally everything needs to be in good condition, that is quite, clean and fully functional.

The shopping center Hornstull

Metro: Hornstull

Outside the Hemköp on the ground floor (on-site personnel who receive contributions)

December 12, 2015 at 11-16

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