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“Olympic Casino Latvia has helped to provide more than 3.5 thousand medical consultations to children across Latvia.

Children are our future – this saying is the key to a successful social life! That is why Olympic Casino Latvia has been actively involved in its development since  2010, donating financial resources and working closely with Ronald McDonald House Charities Latvija (RMHC Latvija) on the Children’s “Care Mobile” programme. 

The company has placed donation boxes at 45 Olympic Casino on-site entertainment venues, where visitors can donate a acceptable amount. This is then donated to a worthy cause – promoting children’s health. The total amount of money donated to this charity project is estimated at more than €105,000! This amount has helped to pay for more than 3,500 consultations for children and teenagers whose families are unable to provide for themselves.

The Children’s “Care Mobile” is a medical centre on wheels, or a 12-metre-long vehicle suitable for providing various medical services – diagnostic and preventive. It has two doctors’ offices and a waiting room for parents of children. The main aim of the centre is to provide these services to families with children as close to home as possible. This initiative promotes the health and well-being of children throughout the country, because situations in which families do not have access not only to free but also to prompt medical consultations of various kinds are unfortunately not infrequent. Although much has already been achieved, the “Care Mobile” does not intend to stop with the number of visits and consultations it has started, and Olympic Casino Latvija will continue its cooperation with the Centre, contributing to the promotion of public health.

Although this charity project has achieved a lot and helped thousands of children, the plans to expand and extend its activities are big. “Guna Caune, Executive Director of Ronald McDonald House Charities Latvia, outlined the goals for the future, which are more ambitious than before: “First, we aim to expand the number of services we provide in Latvia. We are currently working with the Children’s Clinical University Hospital to develop new projects that would be an extension to the existing range of services provided by the “Care Mobile”. We also plan to provide 5 000 free medical consultations to 4 000 children in different regions of Latvia this year. We will also continue to provide medical assistance to the war-affected population of Ukraine.”