When times are hard

My dear fellow bloggers, friends, and guests…

some time passed since my last post. Life was extra busy these days for me. Now that I have managed to take some time to write this post, I wanted to lay a great need in front of you. As you probably already heard or saw in the news, our country and two neighboring countries are having some severe flooding. You can see a lot about it if you search the net, or even social networks, but PLEASE take into consideration that not all you can see online is true. So, do not just watch the photos, rather please take into consideration dates and any other written info around the photos (just so that you are well-informed). You can also search for local news portals in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina or Croatia to get the fresh info. In some parts the water is slowly withdrawing leaving the sludge, dead animals and in some places even the land mines that were still on some minefields left from the war in the nineties. Many people lost everything and for many months they will not be able to return home.
Because of that, I wanted to ask you to consider joining me in the months to come and donate even just a small amount so that we can help people in these area. To be able to donate, these are the information you will need:

For Bosnia and Herzegovina:
Red Cross Bosnia and Herzegovina//IBAN CODE: BA391610000000850119//SWIFT CODE: RZBABA2S//FULL BENEFICIARY NAME: CRVENI KRIZ FEDERACIJE BIH SARAJEVO//FULL BENEFICIARY ADDRESS: NEDIMA FILIPOVICA 9, SARAJEVO

For Serbia:
Foreign Currency Account number: 01-504619-100193230-000000-0000 – Ministry of Finance – Treasury, Belgrade – special purpose account for funds for elimination of consequences of floods, IBAN code: RS35908504619019323080.
Information from Official site of The Government of the Republic of Serbia

For Croatia:
Red Cross for Croatia: IBAN: HR 6923400091511555516//SWIFT: PBZGHR2X//FULL BENEFICIARY NAME: HRVATSKI CRVENI KRIŽ,

FULL BENEFICIARY ADDRESS: ULICA CRVENOG KRIŽA 14, P.P. 93, 10001 ZAGREB

The info is taken from here, where you can find more links and explanations on how to make a donation on-line.

I saw many photos but I decided to leave you with this video showing just a small part of what happened in Croatia.



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Thank you for stopping by today, for sharing and considering in helping.

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When times are hard

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