On August 19, a group of loving volunteers visited Hospital Universitario Antonio Patricio de Alcalá (HUAPA) in Cumaná, Venezuela. Wearing costumes and acting as cartoon characters such as Spider-Man and Elsa popular with children, they shuttled between pediatric wards while carrying books and toys as gifts to sick children in the hospital. This is a charity event meticulously planned by CoinEx Charity, a global charity, for kids suffering from illness in Venezuela. During the event, the organization hired actors to play cartoon characters and provided sick kids with gifts, including 500 cakes, 300 fruit packages, and 130 toys. CoinEx Charity hopes that the warmth and fun brought by the cartoon characters and gifts could ease their pain and help them forget about their illness for a while.
On the day of the event, children welcomed their special “friends” and received toys and gifts. They also got to play games with their favorite cartoon characters, filling the wards with laughter and joy. The cheerful mood made kids less nervous: they forgot about their pain for a moment and immersed themselves in the joy and gifts brought to them by their heroes.
Care for sick children as the guardian of childhood
Kids are confident and carefree because childhood, the best beginning of life, is full of joy and wonder, but illness deprives some kids of such privileges. In 2022, CoinEx Charity introduced the Multi-Million-Dollar Charity Fund to improve the living conditions of vulnerable groups worldwide. With a focus on the well-being of kids and teenagers, the organization has funded poor families with sick children to ease their financial and mental strain.
To help children in the hospital ease their mood and to improve their well-being, CoinEx Charity recruited local actors who are enthusiastic about charity and planned this surprise party. The actors dressed up as children’s beloved cartoon characters, bringing them closer to their heroes, and encouraged them to fight their illness bravely. The organization created a wonderful cartoon world, as well as a happy childhood memory, for the kids. During the event, CoinEx Charity prepared gifts and snacks for over 120 sick children in HUAPA Hospital, including 200 breakfasts, 300 fruit packages, 200 juices, 80 infant supplements, 500 cakes, etc. These loving gifts were a huge surprise to the kids who were receiving treatment in the ward. In the hospital, CoinEx Charity received plenty of thanks from parents and doctors, and the kids also expressed their gratitude with happy smiles.
CoinEx Charity has never stopped pursuing its charitable goals. Apart from its visit to Venezuela, the organization also went to Uniuyo Teaching Hospital in Nigeria and donated medical supplies for sick children. Recently, it partnered up with the Turkey-based KAÇUV (Hope Foundation for Children with Cancer) to fund children with illness, giving them access to quality education. The organization has been impressed by the significance of charity during each program that focuses on kids. CoinEx Charity calls on everyone around the world to care for disadvantaged kids and improve their living and learning conditions through acts of charity. Together, we can help every child thrive in a happy childhood!
Charity never stops
Charity requires dedicated efforts. Always committed to its original mission, CoinEx Charity keeps contributing to the charitable cause of protecting disadvantaged groups worldwide. Focusing on the living conditions of children around the world, it aims to evolve into a caring, compassionate organization devoted to charitable causes while honoring its corporate responsibilities through real actions.
In the future, CoinEx Charity will pay constant attention to the educational and living conditions of these kids with special needs. It also calls on kind-hearted individuals around the world to care for vulnerable groups such as sick kids and those struggling with all sorts of difficulties, going all out to help and protect children. CoinEx Charity strives to build an enabling social environment for kids and give them a happy childhood.
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