Giving Tree Kick-off event
Monday December 4
4:45 PM - 6 PM

December is the month of giving! And with this great campaign you can contribute to a wonderful Christmas for children who really need it. With the ‘Giving Tree’ you can give underprivileged children a nice Christmas gift and thus offer a spark of cheerfulness and light in the dark days before Christmas. Giving children, who are alone and without family, a feeling that there are people who are thinking about them. On Monday, December 4, we will kick off this campaign together with the director of Pluryn and provide a glass of bubbles, something tasty and a Christmas choir around the ‘Giving Tree’.


100 special balls are hung in the ‘Giving Tree’ Christmas tree in the central hall of Tower ABC. In the week of December 4 to 15, pick up one of these special balls and find a card with a gift wish from one of the children. Buy this gift and contribute to a wonderful Christmas for these children! You can have the gift wrapped at the Service Point of Tower ABC; Hoff’s hostess will be happy to wrap this for you in sustainable wrapping paper.

Deliver the gift to the service point no later than Tuesday morning, December 19, and community managers Eva & Annemarie will ensure that these gifts reach the children in Pluryn de Beele in Voorst. This will be used to create a valuable compilation video that we will share with all tenants afterwards.

The motivation from Socialclub is to create a feeling of solidarity, to do something good together with our tenants and to show in these dark days that we are also socially involved. So will you join us too?

About Pluryn

Pluryn offers treatment to young people with complex problems. They do so as close to home as possible, as short as possible, as long as necessary. Sometimes children cannot stay at home temporarily. At a treatment centre they can continue to work on their future and development. Pluryn has several youth locations in different regions. They can stay in a quiet environment where they alternate between education, treatment and therapy.

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