“Love Is The Moving Energy”: Novak Djokovic Foundation Creates A Motivating Environment For Sick Children

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Novak Djokovic

World No.1 Novak Djokovic and his foundation have been investing in children to wipe out illiteracy in Serbia. However, the Serb foundation has now raised the quality of spending free time and education on children’s treatment through equipping hospitals.

To rid out of loneliness and improve leisure time, Novak Djokovic Foundation entirely renovated and equipped the learning and playrooms with all the necessary material in three children’s hospitals – the Children’s University Clinic Tirsova, Hospital for Pediatrics Dr Olga Popovic Dedijer and the Institute for Maternal and Child Health Dr Vukan Cupic. 

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 “We Do Our Best To Make It Better Today Than Yesterday”, says Jelena Djokovic

A few days ago, the donation hand over function took place at the Children’s University Clinic Tirsova. Therein, the global director and co-founder of the Novak Djokovic Foundation, Jelena Djokovic emphasised the importance of learning and playrooms for sick children, who are completely missing their home environment while in a hospital. 

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“Love is the moving energy, it is in us, we just need to wake it up, and when children feel it, difficult things are transformed into miracles. And the greatest miracle is a child’s life and a satisfied child, it is a leading star for us, and that is why we do our best to make it better today than yesterday,” said Jelena Djokovic.

During the donation presentation, the national director of the foundation, Maja Kremic explained that their team members would continue to monitor and listen to children’s requirements in the initial stage. 

“We at the Novak Djokovic Foundation firmly believe that only together, as much as each of us can, we contribute to the world being a better place for everyone,” said Maja Kremic.

She also hopes that this small contribution can help children will have a successful future.

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Published : 6:16 PM, Fri, 1 January 2021

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