Hristos Voskrese! Our Most Successful Easter Humanitarian Project Ever!
We donated computers to the Cultural Center in Leskovac which serves youths, pensioners and people with disabilities who don’t have access to internet at home and to Elementary School ‘Zivko Tomic’ in the village of Shatornja near Topola. Additionally, we donated over $5000, and helped raise tens of thousands more, to our most recent five…Read More
Computer Delivery to Elementary School ‘Zivko Tomic’
28. Jun in partnership with Alfa University, made a donation to Elementary School ‘Zivko Tomic’ in the village of Shatornja near Topola. 28. Jun member Angelina Djordjevic, whose family is from the town, presented the students with 5 computers and a projector. We were very happy with the delivery and will look to expand our…Read More
We did it! Computers delivered to kids in Kosovo!
Thanks to your support and a generous donation from Alfa University we successfully donated a computer lab to Elementary School ‘Braca Aksic’ in the village of Staro Gracko, Kosovo and Metohija! The delivery took place yesterday, we purposely gave conflicting dates on when the donation would occur to avoid any interference from Albanian authorities who…Read More
Novak Djokovic, Zdravko Kuzmanovic receive awards for Humanitarian work
Marina and her husband, former Serbia national team player, Zdravko Kuzmanovic received the final of five humanitarian awards celebrating the 5th anniversary since 28. Jun was founded to assist underprivileged Serbs throughout the Balkans. They were honored for their contribution to 28. Jun’s humanitarian project in Republika Srpska in 2013. Previously, Jelena and Novak Djokovic…Read More
Kusturica hosted Jasenovac exhibit TODAY in New York!
International humanitarian organization 28. Jun is partnering with the Foreign Ministry of Serbia, the Jasenovac Research Institute, the Shem Olam Institute (Israel) and the Andric Institute to present an exhibition and conference on the Jasenovac Death Camps entitled ‘Hidden Holocaust’. The largest event of its kind on American soil, it will mark 75 years since…Read More
A look back at our first 5 years!
28. Jun: A look back on what we achieved TOGETHER in our first 5 years… 2011 October – 28. Jun launches first humanitarian project ‘Boj za Kosovo’ to raise funds for the Health Center Gracanica in Kosovo, Serbia. 2012 June – 28. Jun announces the arrival of $1.5M worth of aid to Gracanica, Kosovo, Serbia…Read More
Success! We saved 5 Families!
Together we delivered! 13-year old Nemanja Leontijevic from the village of Kozuar successfully completed chemotherapy, our volunteers visited him and his family and delivered much needed winter clothes, winter boots, several months supply of Aronia juice to help with his recovery, Christmas presents for his siblings and money to help his parents with bills. Aleksandar…Read More
We Delivered to Little Iva and Marko!
Humanitarian organization 28. Jun made two deliveries this past week! Our coordinator for Germany, Ljiljana Zivanovic, visited little Iva Bijelic from Herceg Novi who suffers from a rare form of cancer and delivered our donation to her family in Stuttgart where she is receiving treatment. While our coordinator for Republika Srpska, Aleksandar Ljuboja, delivered our…Read More
28. Jun Presents Djokovic with Award
International humanitarian organization, 28. Jun, presented Jelena and Novak Djokovic with a 5th anniversary award at the Djokovic Foundation’s Giorgio Armani hosted gala in Milan last night. It recognized Djokovic’s support of 28. Jun’s maiden humanitarian project ‘Boj za Kosovo’ in 2011. The project turned out to be a huge success and $1.5 mil of humanitarian aid…Read More
Serbian Ethno Village Video Everyone is Talking About!
Film maker and 28. Jun coordinator for the UK, Marko Randjelovic, has released a short documentary titled ‘Selo‘ (village). The largest Serbian Diaspora organization is supporting the video as part of their ‘Serbian Heritage Revival‘ project, to promote traditional Serbian family values through the arts and counter the degradation of Serbian culture in the mainstream media….Read More