REFUNITE: Fundraising Evening in Denmark
Giulia Balestra
Posted by Giulia Balestra
Dec 1 16

On November 9th, REFUNITE organized a fundraising evening in Copenhagen, Denmark, a yearly event that has become a tradition for our small organization. REFUNITE’s co-founders and brothers, David and Christopher Mikkelsen shared some of the highlights of 2016 and their vision for the next year at REFUNITE.   REFUNITE: Fundraising Evening in Denmark       … Continue reading REFUNITE: Fundraising Evening in Denmark

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On November 9th, REFUNITE organized a fundraising evening in Copenhagen, Denmark, a yearly event that has become a tradition for our small organization. REFUNITE’s co-founders and brothers, David and Christopher Mikkelsen shared some of the highlights of 2016 and their vision for the next year at REFUNITE.  

REFUNITE: Fundraising Evening in Denmark  

 

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With the winter holidays less than a month away, we are approaching a time of the year, which calls for celebrations with family and friends. At REFUNITE, we believe that everyone has the right to know where their family is. We continue to work hard to reconnect families across the globe. We cannot do this alone: The support we receive from our partners, and from those who donate to REFUNITE, is key.

On November 9th, REFUNITE organized a fundraising evening in Copenhagen, Denmark, a yearly event that has become a tradition for our small organization. REFUNITE’s co-founders and brothers, David and Christopher Mikkelsen, together with staff members in Copenhagen, family and friends got together around a simple and cozy dinner on the Grønsund Ferry. On this occasion, David and Christopher Mikkelsen talked about their vision and hopes for 2017, and thanked everyone who joined and supported REFUNITE’s mission.

 

30th of November, 2016

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