When little hands get together, there is no stopping Split

In Split, from August 22nd – 27th, a six-day event, “When little hands get together, there is no stopping Split” will take place to support the projects of the Ana Rukavina Foundation.

The Association of Secondary Schools in Split and the European Youth Parliament of the City of Split held a press conference today in Split’s Club Hemingway to announce the big humanitarian concert that will take place on August 27th at Prokurative. The concert will feature Luka Nižetić, Antonija Šola, Joško Čagalj – Jole, Đani Stipaničev, Alka Vuica, Barbara Otman, Viva, Ivo Gamulin Gianni, Andrea Šušnjara, Dado Topić, Zorica Kondža, Feminem and Hari Rončević. Others that will participate in the concert are the dance group “Noa”, the dance studios “Sedmi Vjetar” and “Vruća čokolada”, the Majorettes of the City of Split, the Hip Hop group D N F, Brass Band Zvonimir, DJ Academy-Radio, Justins Johnson, the band Replay, Azil, the group Best, Juliana Vujević, Tina Roščić and Electric Chair.

All of the proceeds from the sale of tickets to the six-day event, “When little hands get together, there is no stopping Split”, will go to the Ana Rukavina Foundation, as well as all of the money raised from phone calls to the Foundation’s hotline number, 060 9005. All of the citizens of Split and everyone who finds themselves in the city below Mt. Marjan from August 22nd – 27th can be a part of this big humanitarian spectacle, especially if you come to Prokurative at 5 PM on August 26th, to donate a blood sample to be HLA tissue typed and have your name added to the Registry.

This is the first time that such a big and multi-day event is being organized in Split for the Ana Rukavina Foundation. The president of the Association of Secondary Schools in Split has already said that this event will become a tradition. “Today is a great day for all the young people in the city, and for all those people who hope that their good will and belief in humanity will help raise enough money and in that way encourage others to participate in humanitarian actions for the wellbeing of all people,” said Ivan Ruščić.

The humanitarian project of the youth of Split is also supported by the local band Replay, whose members, at the press conference, presented the representatives of the Ana Rukavina Foundation with a check for a donation of 10,000 kuna.

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