By Laman Ismayilova
Fountain Square transforms into a winder wonderland as charity fair "Cold hands, warm heart" will open its doors in Baku.
The Nargis Fund will hold another charitable fair "Cold hands, warm heart" from December 1 to January 13, 2020.
The sponsors of the fair are "Boutique One", "Azercell", "Coca-Cola", "Berg", "Xırta-Xırt", "FMG-group", "Shokki Mokki", "Azərçay", "Zeytun Bağları", "Final yağları", Indonesian Embassy in Azerbaijan , "Muğan Bank". The fair is also supported by "CinemaPlus", "Azərİşiq", "Bakı Abadlıq Xidməti" and "Dayaq Group Security".
For almost 7 years the "Cold Hands, Warm Heart" brings joy and New Year’s mood to the locals and guests of the city. The winter fair makes its visitors transfer from the reality to the New Year's fairy tale.
Besides, visitors can have their pick of a wide variety of holiday gifts, enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and try various snacks during the visit.
"Nargis" Fund was created in 2012 by the editor-in-chief of the "Nargis" magazine, Ulviyya Makhmudova and began its activities in 2013. It was the start of a good tradition of holding annual charity fair "Cold Hands, Warm Heart". Since then the Fund organized and held a number of charity projects including providing financial support to the families and children in need.
From 2019, the Fund has also organized the charity fair "Torpaq əlimdə, bahar ürəyimdə" dedicated to Novruz holiday that can be considered as a spring analogue of the annual winter fair.
Following the fair’s tradition, all the funds raised from the fair will be transferred to the treatment and surgeries of children who applied to “Nargis” Fund for help.The honored and beloved guests of the fair are children from orphanages and boarding schools.
From December 1 to January 13 the charity fair "Cold Hands, Warm Heart" is going to be open daily from 11:00 to 23:00.
Laman Ismayilova is AzerNews’ staff journalist, follow her on Twitter: @Lam_Ismayilova
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