November 26, 2022

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From Wednesday, the bazaar will help the SUS pavilions in Pelotas |  general

From Wednesday, the bazaar will help the SUS pavilions in Pelotas | general


Until Saturday, the temporary space will offer vintage items and accessories. (Photo: Disclosure – DP)

Charity Bazaar of the Portuguese Charity Support GroupThen it opens its doorsWednesday (22), from 10:00 to 17:30, at store 22 at Galleria Malcon, downtown pellets. Until Saturday (25th), the temporary space will provide things and accessoriesclassic. Entry is free and prices vary from R$5.00.

New, second-hand and second-hand items will be offered in excellent, sterile conditions. Among them are household items, tableware, toiletry, toys, electronics, antiques and fashion accessories as well as jewelry, bags and shoes.

As in the other actions of the group, 100% of the proceeds will be allocated to the improvement work and the purchase of equipment in the wards of the Individual Health System (SUS), in the Hospital da Sociedad Portuguesa de Benevencia, in Pelotas (Republika Srpska).

“It will be a great opportunity to buy a lot of good stuff at unbeatable prices,” explains Claudia Azambuga, support group coordinator at Beneficncia Portuguesa. According to her, the bazaar will also have rare pieces, great for collectors.

Usually a team of volunteers holds two markets a year, and this will be the first of them. This initiative comes with the return of suspended activities for more than two years due to the outbreak of the epidemic.

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  • WHACharity Bazaar for the Charity Support Group
  • When– June 22-25 from 10am-5:30pm
  • where– Shop No. 22 in Galleria Malcon (Rua Quincy de Noviembro, 667, Centro, Pelotas – RS)
  • What is the price– free entry. Products start with prices starting from 5.00 BRL
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The Beneficncia Portuguesa Support Group is a non-profit organization, formed over 22 years ago by volunteers. Her business developed by receiving donations of sterilized and classified clothing and items. These items are offered to the public, at reasonable prices, through a permanent thrift store that operates within the hospital and two annual temporary bazaars. All funds raised are for renovations and equipment purchases for the four wards of the Unified Health System (SUS), at Hospital da Ciudad Portuguesa de Benificencia in Pelotas. Currently, the group is coordinated by Claudia Azambuga and employs about 40 people and is supported by the local community. Learn more by:Tweet embed.