After the Växjö's resident initiative - The Mayflower fundraising continues
Due to the corona pandemic, the sales of May flowers have been postponed until the autumn. After the message, the reactions have been many and Sophie Rålin in Växjö started her own digital fundraising for May Flower. Now the national association also chooses to start a large, digital fundraising.
On April 23, the fundraiser will start, where everyone in Sweden can participate. Everyone can start their own fundraising and the proceeds will be distributed in financial support to children locally and used to strengthen children's rights nationally.
– The response has been fantastic. People have understood that child poverty in Sweden does not take a break - on the contrary. When the social economy changes, it is the most vulnerable children who pay the price. We need to raise money despite the difficult situation we are in, the children we are in need of no more than ever, says Majblomman's secretary general Tove Lindahl Greve.