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Delegation of AMU of São João da Madeira signs protocol with H Sarah Trading

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The Delegation of AMU – Lusophone Cooperation and Solidarity for a United World of São João da Madeira was in our facilities in Braga. Representatives Francisco Maia and Vítor Oliveira signed a protocol of collaboration with H Sarah Trading. This private and non-profit association aims to contribute to the realization of a more united world, in which each individual and each people can express and fully develop their identity. AMU develops solidarity activities, “namely the AMU Community Bazaar, where it sells various low-priced items and utilities donated by individuals and companies. Sales revenues are mainly directed towards the city’s social responses and programs to support families, community projects and social action, as well as for the activities of the institution.This project involves several citizens and companies that contribute in three ways: as donors of articles and utilities, as buyers in the Community Bazaar, and as volunteers in the operation and logistics of the project .” This partnership consists of the collection of surplus material that is donated to the association, in addition to the strong social and environmental character it represents.


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GreenFest

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On June 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Braga was the scene of the country’s biggest environmental festival. It was at Forum Braga that GreenFest took place and for three days the event had a vast program of activities and ideas and projects on sustainability. This initiative, held in Estoril 10 years ago, arrived in Braga for the first time and H Sarah Trading could not fail to be present.

     

 

 


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1st Biennial of Contemporary Sacred Art of Braga

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The 1st International Biennial of Contemporary Sacred Art will take place in Braga from August 3 to September 3 and is supported by H Sarah Trading. The event, presented on the 16th and developed by our partner Atlas Violeta Cultural Association, has the support of the Pio XII Museum and the Municipality of Braga. For the mayor of Braga, Ricardo Rio, “the goal is that this biennial be a growing reference in the future and that earn international credits to stimulate and attract more and more artists.”