Neptune Day inspires children

Aug 14, 2014
140 underserved children from all over Latvia were brought to Jurmala to spend a day of sports and health on the beach. Thanks to the initiative of Balans International Wellness Center togehter with the Jurmala Council and the Latvian Business Women association, the little ones had the opportunity to see the sea for the first time. The charity event is organized for the seventh yeart in a row. Children also received the necessary stationery for the coming school year in addition to positive emotions and the time spent outdoors playing sports.

Alla Sokolova, Founder and General Manager of Balans Charity Fondation said: "Our goal is to promote an active lifestyle and sports as well as to help children open up emotionally, enjoy and teach them teamwork through communication and games. We would also like to give the opportunity for the children to explore the beautiful seaside of Latvia, and hope that this will inspire them and they will strive to come back to Jurmala in the future, over and over again. This is now a tradition and we are happy to have the opportunity to organize this event for the seventh year in a row."
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