The HRH Crown Princess Katherine Foundation and Lifeline Humanitarian Organization of Chicago delivered a new computer room to the children of the Spomenak Orphanage in Pancevo, Serbia. This contribution will be instrumental in enabling the children to spend quality time learning and in enhancing their computer skills, and it was made possible by a generous donation from Mr. and Mrs. David and Nada Stevens.

The computer room was equipped with brand new computers and a color printer.  In addition, the walls and floors of the room were completely renovated and new electrical installations, internet networks, and lighting were installed. The room was also fully refurbished with brand new chairs, desks, bookcases, and cork boards.

“I am very grateful to Mr. David and Mrs. Nada Stevens who, with this donation, gave children the opportunity to expand their knowledge, develop new interests, and have fun using modern technology. Thanks to Lifeline Chicago and my Foundation in Belgrade, the children from orphanages know that we always think of them. By providing the children with better learning conditions, we are supporting their future” said HRH Crown Princess Katherine.

Vladimir Stevanovski, the Principal of “Spomenak” Orphanage in Pancevo, expressed his gratitude to HRH Crown Princess Katherine, Mr. and Mrs. David and Nada Stevens, and Lifeline Humanitarian Organization of Chicago.

“On behalf of the children, I warmly thank HRH Crown Princess Katherine and Lifeline Humanitarian Organization of Chicago, who have been generously helping the children in all our institutions for years. The donation of a computer room by Mr. and Mrs. Stevens is of great importance because it will help us carry out our planned activities and programs more easily,” said Mr. Stevanovski.

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