Unitymedia KabelBW donates EUR 1,000 to Guatemalan school

Wednesday 18 February 2015 | 12:13 CET | News
Unitymedia KabelBW donated EUR 1,000 to Oyak e.V. for the financing of a school in Guatemala as part of its "Active on the ground" initiative, which supports 12 projects every year. The association founded in 1993 tries to remedy the fact that every other Guatemalan cannot read or write.

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