Traditional program "Angel" or "Children's Letters"
on December 18, 2012 in "International" hotel in Tashkent

On December 18, 2012 a traditional program "Angel" or "Children's Letters" was held in Tashkent hotel "International". For many years representatives of take part in its organization. The target audience of this event is children with mental disabilities. They prepared own creative performances for the festival. Santa Claus and Snow Maiden cheered up children with funny games and jokes. This year craftsman-puppeteer Mansur Kuriyazov also made a special flavor to the program. Thanks to the help of sponsors all 180 children with special needs received the desired gifts and a lot of fun during the performance. After the concert there were soft drinks and festive meal for children. The main sponsor was the hotel "International", traditionally providing Crystal Ball Room and music equipment for the event. In addition to private initiatives PWC and A-Club supported the organization of the program. Volunteers of "A Child… A Smile” initiative group thank all participants and organizers for these beautiful sincere activities.

For several years the children from the secondary school N52 get New Year gifts from during the final concert, which is an integral part of the process of education and integration of children into the social environment. In the preparation for this concert teachers and tutors of this school choose the role individually for each child so that all the children were involved. This time young volunteers from IG "A Child… A Smile" Mariyam Shamshidova and Oglinzanu Katrineliana Lonshakova led the program. This is already the second year when the young moderators take part in charity events. The program also included show of all performances, prepared by schoolchildren, delivery of gifts, festive dinner and, in the end, disco with games.

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