On November 20th, in what has become an annual event, bwin welcomed children and teenagers from “ELEPAP” -a charity NPO providing rehabilitation services to children- and “Open Door” -a Centre for the education and rehabilitation of people with cerebral palsy- to the National Opera, in order to attend the act “The Goddess of Atonement”.
Lena Platonos’ unique effort on the tale of Hans Christian Andersen was presented in the form of an animated opera, thrilling everyone in the Hall. After the show, bwin’s guests met the performers, before enjoying a stroll at Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre.
“We feel very fortunate to have the valuable backing of bwin in our difficult, daily struggle. The rehabilitation of more than 1.000 disabled toddlers, children and adults across Greece is a really hard task. We would like to thank bwin on behalf of our children for this wonderful educational experience”, said Marianna Moschou, President of ELEPAP.
“We believe that education and culture are key elements in every person’s life. We also believe in fairytales. Therefore, we would like to thank bwin from the bottom of our hearts for this invitation”, said Daphne Economou, chairman of “Open Door”.
On behalf of bwin, Corporate Communications Director Ioanna Berriou said: “We are very pleased we provided a unique cultural theme to these two institutions. Our support continues with various initiatives. Our vision is to help both our people and the societies in which we operate”.
Bwin supports the humanitarian work of “ELEPAP” and “Open Door” as an integral part of the corporate social responsibility strategy “bwincares”.