2,944 participants from 7 countries and 20 Ukrainian regions took part in DobroRun 2021, a charity race ("dobro" means "goodness" in Ukrainian) held by Asters and Charity Fund Tabletochki with the purpose to raise funds for helping children with cancer.
This year DobroRun was a follow-up of the last year successful debut event. DobroRun's principal feature is its broad inclusivity: anybody can participate at any place and time worldwide. On 11 September DobroRun's activities were arranged in Kyiv, Odesa (supported by Law firm Interlegal), Kherson (supported by Law firm Zhovannyk and Partners), London and Brussels.
Over 100 corporate teams participated in DobroRun 2021. The largest corporate donations were made by CRH, MHP, OschadBank, Kernel, Henkel, Ciklum, Techiia Holding, PUMB, Snapchat, Grammarly Kyiv, Teva Ukraine, and Bank Sich. Overall, DobroRun 2021 helped raising over UAH 2.2 million to be used by Tabletochki for purchasing vitally important medicines for Ukrainian children fighting cancer.
Be — it Health & Social Impact agency provided the organizational support for DobroRun 2021. The project partners included American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine, Arley Sign, Bikers of Ukraine Moto-Association, Decathlon, Dobrobut, Doc.ua, European Business Association, European Investment Bank, Hi Snack, Isida, KMRC, Morshynska, Nova Poshta, Pulse, TOM, Three Bears, and the Ukrainian Bar Association.
Tabletochki is a charity fund that supports children with cancer and their families in Ukraine.The Fund works in four areas: targeted support to children, systematic support of cancer departments in Ukrainian hospitals, advocacy of the rights of children with cancer and their families, contribution to the professional development of Ukrainian doctors. More than 5,000 children with cancer have received targeted assistance within 10 years of the Fund’s work
Asters is the largest law firm in Ukraine. Since 2015, Asters lawyers have been providing systematic professional support to Tabletochki Charity Fund in its initiatives to improve the legislation in the field of pediatric oncology, protect the rights of patients and develop the Ukrainian charitable sector, as well as provide pro bono legal support to the Fund..