Christmas baubles for and by children with cancer at St. Anna Hospital in Geldrop

Photo credit: Studio040/KIKA

A wall full of Christmas balls drawn by children with cancer: at the St. Anna Hospital in Geldrop there is such a wall since Monday.

The Christmas baubles come from residents of Geldrop and surroundings. They have handed in old Christmas baubles at garden center GroenRijk and bought KiKa Christmas baubles. There are drawings on the Christmas baubles made by four children with cancer. A few pupils of the Eenbes elementary school Sint Jozef have helped set up the wall and then presented it to Ingrid Wolf, chairman of the board of directors.

The proceeds of the purchased Christmas baubles at GroenRijk go to the charity. The garden center together with other centers aim to collect 250,000 euros.

Source: Studio040

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