Habaneras shows its commitment to Torrevieja with awesome donation

HABANERAS shows its commitment to Torrevieja and donates more than €3,000 for the start of the school year The Shopping Centre encourages its visitors to take part in a fantastic “back to school” campaign and raffles a school children’s outfit valued at €300.

Habaneras Shopping Centre, managed by MVGM, wants to take advantage of the return to school to support and show its commitment to the entire Torrevieja community, and more specifically to the schools and schoolchildren of Torrevieja. To do this, the Centre has launched a very special “back to school” campaign.

Just by taking part, shopping centre customers will be able to win a fantastic outfit so they can start the new school year in the best possible way.

So, to go back to school full of energy and with an updated wardrobe, all customers have to do is keep their shopping receipts from August 31 to September 21, and then exchange them at the shopping centre Infobox, located at the main entrance of Habaneras.

Every €10 spent will give the customer the right to take part in the raffle and the winner will take home an outfit valued at up to €300 from the Mayoral store in Habaneras.

The Shopping Centre is well known for carrying out numerous actions as part of its corporate social responsibility policy.

On this occasion, customers will also have the opportunity to participate in the social action that Habaneras is putting in place to mark the return to school.

Habaneras, with the help of its visitors, will be donating up to €3,300 for school supplies to be enjoyed by the most voted schools in Torrevieja.

This donation will be distributed between the two schools that get the highest score from customers’ votes.

The first school will receive €2,000 and the second €1,000. The third school in the ranking will get a scholarship for schoolbooks valued at €300 for the most outstanding student in that same school.

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Written by

Linda Hall

Originally from the UK, Linda is based in Valenca and is a reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering local news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at editorial@euroweeklynews.com.