On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, we were driving around Winterthur with our wheelchair. We served mulled wine and punsh to make people aware about equality and accessibility. Further, we collected money for the Cerebral Foundation.

Natalie Covos – 04.12.2019

«Ho, ho, ho - Santa Bro is here» 🎅

Although it is not Santa Claus day yet, we drove around in Winterthur last Tuesday – disguised as Santa Clauses – together with the Bro and a christmassy decorated mounted bike trailer. The eye-catching disguise and our special wheelchair attracted many passers-by. The trailer was used as a means of transport for punch and mulled wine, which we gladly served to the curious faces. Next to it, there was a donation box with which we diligently collected donations for a good cause.

A big success thanks to your generosity!

Thanks to all the passers-by who generously filled our donation box, we raised more than CHF 300. This year, we are donating the whole amount to the Swiss Cerebral Foundation, which supports children with cerebral palsy and their families. A huge thank you to everyone who supported us in this initiative!

If you missed us yesterday but would still like to donate,  you can find all further information about the foundation and the donation possibilities here:

About December 3

Since 1993, December 3 has been a United Nations Day of Remembrance to draw attention to people with disabilities and to promote their rights and equality.

We also use to plan an initiative, to make others aware about this day. Yesterday we set off with Bro and an assembled mountaed bike trailer to conquer the hearts of the people in Winterthur’s old town.

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