Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine visited Belgrade children’s hospitals, wished everyone Merry Christmas and delivered an ultrasound machine and toys. Crown Princess Katherine visited the children’s ward of the Institute for Oncology and Radiology of Serbia, University Children’s Hospital in Tirsova Street, and the Institute for Mother and Child.
Crown Princess Katherine Christmas Day Deliveries include an Ultrasound Machine and Toys
More Than 1,200 Children Attend Annual Christmas Receptions at the White Palace
Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander, Crown Princess Katherine and TRH’s daughter Alison hosted traditional Christmas receptions for more than 1,200 children without parental care.
Royal Couple at the Chartwell International School
Chartwell International School marked another successful year with the celebration “Carols by Candlelight” followed by an interesting program for children and their parents. Pupils from this school are very important participants of the action “Children helping children” which is organized every Christmas by the Crown Princess Katherine Foundation.
Crown Princess Katherine Attends Children's Magic Theatre Performance
At the invitation of HE Axel Dittmann, German Ambassador to Serbia, Crown Princess Katherine was a guest at the Children’s Magic theater – an interactive performance for children ages 4 to 10 years old. Performances included a theater group, choir, ballet ensemble and guitarists. Besides the actors, there were 50 youth performers on the stage that contributed to this spectacular program.
Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine Prepare for their Annual Christmas Reception for Orphans and Children with Disabilities
Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine greet the truckload of donations for the Annual Holiday Reception for orphans and children with disabilities. The donations come from Lifeline Humanitarian Organization in Chicago and will be distributed to 1,200+ children during the traditional annual event held at the White Palace.
Crown Princess Katherine as the Patron of the First Regional Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award
Belgrade hosted the first Regional Final selection of the most successful business women in Southeast Europe for the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award. The patron of this award is Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine. In the race for the prestigious title are five ladies from the region – Serbia, Montenegro and Croatia.
“Children Helping Children” Event Includes Students from International Schools as Special Guests at The Royal Palace
Students from Belgrade international schools, together with their teachers, will visit the Royal Palace over the next three days. This educational and joyful visit is a part of the “Children Helping Children” charity campaign organized annually by The Crown Princess Katherine Foundation for the Christmas holiday.
Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine Deliver Medical Equipment to Tirsova Hospital
Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander and Crown Princess Katherine donated valuable aid to the University Children’s Hospital in Tirsova Street.
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From November 24 to 29 in Belgrade will be held an educational seminar “Empowering Pediatricians in Serbia to Recognize Child Sexual Abuse” organized by Dr. Jelisaveta Rolovic in cooperation with Crown Princess Katherine and organizations DEAPS (The Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions of Serbia) and UNICEF.
Crown Princess Katherine at UNESCO Conference in Athens “Promoting an Inclusive Urban Agenda for Refugees and Migrants”
Crown Princess Katherine was invited by UNESCO, the Marianna V. Vardinoyannis Foundation and the European Coalition of Cities against Racism (ECCAR) to be part of and to present achievements at the conference “Welcoming Cities for Refugees: Promoting Inclusion and Protecting Rights”. Crown Princess Katherine and her foundation have provided significant support to the families and child refugees in Greece and in Serbia.