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Offline social shop in Bucharest sells Romanian handmade items while also helping people in need

Bucuresti Mall, the first shopping center in Romania has a new tenant: Bootik, the first offline social shop whose returns are donated to HOSPICE Casa Sperantei Foundation’s project in Adunatii Copaceni, a palliative social-medical center for children suffering of rare, genetic or fatal diseases.

Launched as a ”charity gift shop” online shop, Bootik opened the first offline outlet area in Bucuresti Mall.

Bootik Charity Gift Shop is providing decorative items, 100% natural cosmetics, books, toys and soft goods, exclusively hand made by the Romanian famous designers such as Mândra Chic, Gran,The Home Creator, Baroque Books or Wagner Arte.

Each item has its own story and special significance, considering its charitable purpose. The full offer is available at www.bootik.ro.Bootik--3162

The HOSPICE project is providing unique medical and social alternatives for the children with incurable diseases and for their families: art therapy, game therapy, holiday camps, trainings for parents, etc.

Set up in Brasov in 1992, HOSPICE Casa Sperantei takes care of people suffering of incurable diseases: adults and children with cancer diagnosis and other curelles affections.

The foundation’s vision is that everyone affected by terminal or life-limiting illnesses should have access to free of charge specialized services at the appropriate time and that their families should be able to receive counselling and support.Bootik---2

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