DealDash Donates to the Mannerheim League for Child Welfare

Today, December 6th 2017, is a very special day for the country of Finland. They are celebrating their 100th anniversary as an independent country. Finns achieved independence on December 6, 1917. The country celebrates its 100th year with multiple events in Finland and all around the world.

The theme for the celebratory year is “Together,” showing that everyone – Finns and friends of Finns – is welcome to take part, just as creating and building the nation were joint efforts.

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Photo: Suvi-Tuuli Kankaanpää/Finland 100

The DealDash team wants to get behind this great celebration. With your help, we aim to show our support to those who need it the most in the country on Finland. We will donate all auction wins paid on December 6th 2017 to the Mannerheim League for Child Welfare.

The Mannerheim League is the largest child welfare organization in Finland. They promote the wellbeing of children and of families with children, increases respect for childhood and seeks to make it more visible, and sees that children’s views are taken into account in public decision-making.

DealDash has offices in Helsinki, Finland, and Minnesota, USA, and wants to contribute to the local communities. That is why, on special occasions, DealDash donates the final auction sales prices to various charities, that are important locally, both in the US and Finland. For example, on September 10th 2017, DealDash donated $8,900 to the American Red Cross relief fund to help people affected by hurricane Irma.

Thanks for being a part of this celebration. By paying for your auction wins today, you will help children all over Finland!

 

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