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''Caps for the Future'' launches a spring campaign to purchase equipment for pediatric and neonatal wards

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The campaign for collecting plastic bottle caps, known as '’Caps for the Future’', continues to generate positive energy. For several years now, it has been demonstrating how a discarded product, such as plastic bottle caps, can become a symbol of the future. Bulgarians across the country and abroad collect these caps in their homes and then donate them to the causes supported by ''Caps for the Future''.


Dozens of Bulgarian cities are participating in the spring campaign for donating bottle caps. Today, April 21, volunteers of the ''Caps for the Future'' campaign are receiving the collected quantities in Burgas and Gabrovo. The aim is to purchase medical equipment for at least 20 pediatric, obstetric and neonatal wards across Bulgaria.

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