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UPF-Russia Collects Plastic Bottle Caps to Help Children

Russia-2022-12-04-UPF-Russia Collects Caps to Help Children

Moscow, Russia—UPF-Moscow once again joined in a government-led drive to collect plastic bottle caps to raise funds for needy children.

Thirty volunteers took part in the campaign on December 4, 2022, and children and parents connected with the "Joy" children's center were especially active.

Reports on the “Good Caps” campaign attracted approximately 3,500 online views.

The autumn Good Caps drive was held in support of International Volunteer Day, which is celebrated annually in Russia and around the world on December 5.

UPF has arranged for several more children's centers to participate in the next Good Caps campaign in April 2023.

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