July 19, 2016

Duden Changes Their Dictionary Definition

Exactly one week after 28. Jun petitioned Duden, the leading dictionary in the German language, to change their definition of ‘Ustasa‘ from ‘freedom fighter’ to ‘genocidal fascist’ they have made the change! The online edition has already been updated and we received an email from Duden saying all future print version will also have the new definition. Additionally, Duden…

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July 18, 2016

We Delivered to Little Nenad!

Today we made a visit to the Institute for Mother and Child where we made a donation directly to Nenad’s mom, Danijela. They were both in good spirits and very optimistic they will raise the funds to pay for Nenad’s critical operation in France. We want to thank everyone who contributed, especially Dnevna Doza Lepog. We will…

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July 15, 2016

28. Jun & The Karic Foundation Announce Serbian Cultural Restoration Project

28. Jun and the Karic Foundation today announced a multi-year, Serbian cultural restoration project called ‘Serbian Heritage Revival’. 28. Jun kicked off the project with monetary donations to Serbian Churches and Monasteries in Gracanica, Berane, Kistanje, Glamoc, Treskavac and New York City. Long term sub-projects to support the monasteries in Zica, Pec and Krka are also under way. Additionally the two organizations…

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July 11, 2016

28. Jun Honored For 5 Years of Humanitarian Work

Watch 28. Jun accept our award for 5 years of humanitarian work from the Tesla Science Foundation/Office for Diaspora on: https://www.facebook.com/28jun/videos/1441140082619465/

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July 6, 2016

Thank You To Our Supporters & Church

I, Filip Filipi founded 28. Jun 5 years ago because there was no other Serbian humanitarian organization around in the diaspora which I could have joined. Everyone told me I was crazy because our people are impossible to unite. Everyone was wrong. Here is what we have done over the past 5 years: We managed to acquire 170 tons…

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June 29, 2016

28. Jun Makes 5 Humanitarian Deliveries on Vidovdan!

Serbian humanitarian organization 28. Jun made 5 humanitarian deliveries to Gracanica, Nevesinje, Kistanje, Obrenovac and Bojnik on Vidovdan 2016. 28. Jun Central Europe coordinator Tamara Hadzi-Pavlovic and Nikola Stanisic delivered a baby stroller for twins, food, and house needs to Kosara hero Novica Spasic and his family in Bojnik, Southern Serbia. They then visited the house of the Gagic…

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June 10, 2016

28. Jun Visits Gracanica and Nis Medical Centers, Pledges Support

A 28. Jun delegation lead by President Filip Filipi Jankovic visited the Health Center in Gracanica and the Clinical Center in Nis and promised continued humanitarian assistance to Serbia’s impoverished south. Filipi Jankovic inspected how the aid, valued at over $2 mil, delivered in 2012 and 2013 was being utilized. The team also met with Dr. Zoran Radovanovic, director of the Clinical Center Nis and…

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June 8, 2016

28. Jun Chairs Youth Forum at Serbian Summit in Zurich

28. Jun had the honor of heading the Youth Forum at the first ever Serbian Summit in Zurich, Switzerland this past weekend. The event was conducted under the auspices of the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Chamber of Commerce with business magnate Rebecca MacDonald as honorary chair. The forum was first of its…

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May 30, 2016

28. Jun Meets United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

28. Jun presented at the UN’s first ever World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul on May 23-24. We feel extremely lucky to have had 3 spots out of 2000 people invited, in a list which included UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, Angela Merkel, the presidents, ministers and ambassadors of over 150 countries and the leaders of every…

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May 2, 2016

#RebuildStSavaNYC

To our wonderful supporters: As many of you have heard, the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sava in Manhattan was completely destroyed by fire on Orthodox Easter. The Church was a New York City landmark for generations; it hosted Nikola Tesla’s funeral service in 1943 and was visited by Patriarch Pavle in 1992. We at…

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