The impact of the coronavirus is felt everywhere. Millions of children today effectively find themselves in a situation without an educational framework. EASI teamed up with UNICEF and provided Happy Packs.
Not so long ago, EASI organised a partner event for its 20th anniversary. And of course, every birthday party comes with a gift.
Especially for the occasion, we decided to consciously choose a sustainable gift that further supports our society, instead of a bottle of wine or another gadget.
If we have learned anything in these last 20 years, it's that the little things we do collectively make a BIG change. That is why we decided to make a donation to UNICEF in the name of every guest that attended our party.
Every guest donated a Happy Pack to help vulnerable groups with information packages with precautions against infection and safety rules regarding hygiene. Not only soap, water purification tablets and protective equipment were provided. The packs also contained a lot of school materials.
This will help to guide teachers and children with distance learning, even in very remote areas.
Let's take care of each other
In times like these, our society is being put to the test. Luckily, this situation also brings out the sense of belonging. Here in Belgium, UNICEF ensures that children can continue their educational activities in a safe home environment. If you want to help them during this time of need. You can find more information on their website.