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“Magic in Action” is a poignant initiative born out of the desire to bring light and joy to the lives of children deeply affected by the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Specifically tailored for 50 displaced kids from Artsakh who found refuge and continued their education at № 151 school named after Ruben Sevak, this project focuses on making the holiday season brighter and filled with hope for those who have endured the hardships of war and displacement.

Understanding the profound impact of their experiences, “Magic in Action” aimed to provide more than just physical gifts; it sought to create a memorable day of joy, laughter, and normalcy for these children. The event was meticulously planned, with the school adorned with festive decorations to evoke the spirit of the holidays. The air was filled with the sound of music, and a variety of games were organized to ensure a day of engaging fun and play, offering the children a temporary escape from their troubles and a chance to just be kids.

The core of “Magic in Action” lies in its Christmas gift-giving tradition, where each child received a present carefully chosen to bring them happiness. Beyond the tangible gifts, the day was infused with warmth, care, and a sense of community, reminding the children that they are not forgotten and that there are people who care deeply about their well-being.

This initiative not only provided emotional support to the children from Artsakh but also fostered a strong sense of solidarity and compassion among all participants. It stands as a testament to the power of collective action and the difference it can make in the lives of those touched by conflict. “Magic in Action” continues to inspire and mobilize support for displaced children, aiming to recreate the magic each year and ensure that these young hearts find joy and comfort during the holiday season.