More than 30 volunteers from across the globe came to the town as part of the European Volunteer’s Week.
The most common activities in Slovakia include fair-mindedness regarding employees, health and safety at work, and environmental protection.
One of the awards went to a Slovak nun and doctor killed in South Sudan in May 2016.
Thanks to volunteering, young people make friends, improve their communication and organisational skills, and become more self-reliant and flexible.
Cocoa from the Taisha region is of the best quality, without any element of cross-breeding or artificial pollination.
These events inspire an active lifestyle and help to develop philanthropy.
People should be interested in whether the food or products from developing countries were grown or made in fair conditions, and not in companies that employ children.
Over 10,000 Slovaks and foreigners participated in the biggest volunteering event in central Europe.
The activities are aimed to improve the environment in which they live and work.
Carmaker Kia Motors Slovakia wins the main award, Via Bona, for a responsible large corporation.
The Pontis Foundation rewarded the companies whose activities are aimed at changing the society for the better for the 17th time.
The donors at ĽudiaĽuďom.sk website help ill children, disabled people, families with financial problems and non-governmental organisations, schools and municipalities.
They learn how to motivate children to do programming by using fairytale characters or figures from well-known computer games.
They supported mostly preservation of cultural values, sports, social assistance and education.
Thanks to its base of donors, the NGO collects and distributes some €400,000 every month.
But Slovaks are still in the early stages when it comes to awareness about fair-trade products.
A register of NGOs could bring more order to financing the third sector.
Free-of-charge aid to NGOs is on the rise, but lack of time cited as the main obstacle.
A total of 20 whistleblowers applied for protection and five protection performances expired between early 2015 and late September 2016.
A small gesture in the beginning can have a huge impact in the end, especially when workshops and educative tools are used on a weekly basis.