The tennis tournament from the Project “Games for Good” was held on 29 September in Sofia and gathered over 20 competitors from 6 companies. Aurubis Bulgaria occupied the first place in the team classification with the cause treatment of the dancer and manager of many years of Dancing Club Mikrovsko Horo Simeon Hriskov. Nuclear Power Plant Kozloduy occupied the second place which fought for the creation of a playground for beach tennis and volleyball with free access for the inhabitants of the city.
The team of Sopharma was ranked in the third place with the cause “Sports for children with disabilities” of BCause: rendering assistance to charity. The player of Sopharma Yasen Zahariev was ranked in the second place in the individual classifications for men, and Todor Nikolov who competed for Aurubis Bulgaria occupied the first place. For women the first place was occupied by a representative of NPP Kozloduy Sylvia Hircheva. Next on the list was Milena Gerova from TechnoLogica who played for “Traveling Cases” with books on the subject science and technologies of Foundation Children’s Books.
The participants from the United Bulgarian Bank also left with a lot of satisfaction, who competed for lessons in financial literacy for children without parents and young people with disabilities and from Societe Generale Express Bank, who stood up behind the cause “Chance for the Invisible Super-Mothers” of the Bulgarian Fund for Women.
The tournament was a worthy and sportsman’s game, a genuine festival of the spirit and the sports in conformity with the organizers from the Bulgarian network of the United Nations Global Contract.
In parallel with the tennis matches a holiday for the children and their parents, painting and entertainment with kites were also organized. With this Sopharma tried to turn the Games for Good also into a family holiday, through which to celebrate also the 85th anniversary of the Company.