Winnipeg residents took an active part in the charitable action Easter Seals Drop Zone 2018

Winnipeg residents took an active part in the charitable action Easter Seals Drop Zone 2018, Iryna Chyrkova

On August 28, a charity event was held in Winnipeg.

This stage was part of a large event that takes place in most major cities in Canada. The goal is to collect and transfer funds to people with disabilities. The funds collected by the participants of the action in Winnipeg are aimed to help such people throughout Manitoba.

Participants who met the conditions of the action made a descent along the mirror surface from the roof of the 22-storeyed Manitoba Hydro building. The descent was carried out by individual participants, as well as teams of 2 and 4 people. In total, 100 brave souls were selected.

To get the opportunity for this descent, it was necessary to register in the action and to collect $1500 for one person, $2500 for a team of 2 people or $5000 for a team of 4 people for charity.

All participants underwent special training sessions before descent from the roof. Absolutely different people supported people with disabilities and made this heroic descent. There were elderly people, people with one leg, and even a participant in a wheelchair.

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