We believe that it’s important to support and help others, which is why Avast has been offering free antivirus software since 2001. Our popular, quality-driven security software is used globally by over 220 million customers.
The foundation side of Avast began its activities in 2010 – a result of the previous philanthropic activities of the two Avast founders, Pavel Baudis and Eduard Kucera. Because of the company’s achievements, they now dedicate a generous 2.5% of company profits to support important humanitarian projects in the Czech Republic. Their wives, Jarmila Baudisova and Milada Kucerova, have played an important part in their road to success; they started the foundation together and still work together to help thousands of people in need. The foundation is also the result of the hard work of just under 300 Avast employees.
We have supported non-profit organizations with over 80 million Czech crowns since the beginning of 2011.
We announced a new scholarship program Avastipendium for the human brain. One of the main topics that we support is the rights of seniors. We consider Alzheimer's disease to be one of the most serious problems. We cooperate with the Alzheimer Foundation and we enable students, doctors, and other professionals to acquire new skills abroad. Subsequently, they can use their skills to benefit people in the Czech Republic. Read more here.
Avast will set up a staff floorball team again this year to take part in a charity tournament and to support Wheelchair Sports Club of Prague. Come and cheer on 9 November 2013 from 9:00 to 18:00 hours to Sparta Arena – Podvinny mlyn, Vysocany. Read more here.
Supported project in competition called ReStart
Last year, AVAST Foundation supported the winner of a contest called ReStart. This contest initiated the creation of new web applications. Project Demagog.cz placed 3rd, with a project that checks the truthfulness of politicians. At present, it is well established enough that media and the politicians themselves are paying attention to this project.
Supported conference of worldwide community of volunteers
More than a hundred young people met for five days in the Brazilian Salvador at the International Junior Branch Conference. It is a traditional meeting of the organization CISV, or the worldwide community of volunteers. New global projects are established thanks to this annual conference. The main topic of this year is the support of human rights. Avast foundation paid the travel costs of Czech participants.
The founders of AVAST Software and AVAST Foundation, Eduard Kucera and Pavel Baudis, received the award “TOP responsible leader” for their philanthropic approach. The winner was decided by readers of the portal Aktualne.cz. Furthermore, AVAST Foundation was nominated for a Via Bona Award in the category of large companies. We were nominated by five non-profit organizations we cooperate with, including Homecoming, People in Need, and The Rainbow.
We greatly appreciate the award and the nomination of another, and we thank you for your support!
An invitation to an exhibition of photographs of Vaclav Havel
In 2012, AVAST Foundation supported the remodeling of a kitchen in Modry domecek (Blue House), a social coffee house in Revnice. The project helps its clients with mental disabilities to obtain jobs. We consider the reconstruction very successful and professional, and we would like to invite you to visit the cafe. There will be an exhibition of photographs of Vaclav Havel starting 4th of June. All pictures, made by various photographers for CTK, will be for sale. Come check it out!
AVAST Foundation is a long-time supporter of Duha’s clients, helping them live in assisted housing and to be creative in sheltered workshops. Some of them also get a chance to work in a “Rainbow Laundromat” project and to become a part of the local job market. We are happy to be able to improve their living conditions. Check out this video made by Katka Baudisova.
We have joined the campaign “Against the national memory loss”
AVAST Foundation joined the Stories of Injustice campaign that is part of a project by organization People in Need. On the 27th of June, 63 years after Milada Horakova’s execution, a lot of memorial events are taking place all around the country. Let’s remind ourselves of the crimes of an oppressive regime and let’s not forget the practices that were committed under the communist ideology.
We are helping people affected by floods
Czech Republic has been harmed by floods once again. AVAST Foundation decided to immediately react and donate 500,000 CZK to People in Need’s fund. Our money will help people in the first phase of humanitarian support and later to families that have lost their homes. Because one of our long-term partners has been affected by the floods as well, we also decided to give 100,000 CZK to Sue Ryder Home. We also decided to donate 100,000 to the Prague Zoo.
First year of Employee’s Fund
Avast gives a generous amount of 2.5% of its profits to the foundation and its message. We recognize that it’s because of the hard work of just under 300 employees, so we decided to invite them to a closer collaboration by creating the Avast Employee’s Fund. Every employee can suggest a non-profit project or organization and get up to 50,000 CZK donated to those that qualify. The results will be announced by the end of July.
We are mainly concentrating on these theme and target groups:
We have selected particular organizations to become our long time partners, because we feel like their work is close to our message, because we trust them, and because we follow the results of their activities. We care about whom and how we are helping, so we are listening to the true needs of each organization. We also understand that, sometimes, the most important thing is to support their everyday operations, and that both entities can benefit from such strong partnership.
Since 1998, Sue Ryder Home has been helping seniors who need support of others as a result of illness or old age. The Home wants its clients and their loved ones to enjoy a respectable aging process, to remain a part of society, and to enjoy even the little things in life. See the services they provide here.
PWe support the Seniors’ Helpline at phone number 800 200 007
National, free, anonymous helpline for seniors and people taking care of seniors, which helps about 30,000 people annually. The biggest themes are loneliness, loss of a loved one, family issues, debt, health, and care of sick seniors. The helpline is often the only help they are able to get, because they can’t reach other services for reasons such as health, finances, or living situation. More information here.
We also supported The Elpida Choir that tours with Please The Trees as part of the education campaign against discrimination against seniors. Check out this short video made by Katka Baudisova.
Foundation Charter 77 has, since 1992, supported many different projects, with the goal of improving living conditions of handicapped people and their full integration into society. We are supporting these projects: Sport Without Barriers, Support of Personal Assistance, SENSEN-Sensational Seniors, and a program to help people in wheelchairs to obtain specialized cars.
Avast has been supporting MP for years, and the foundation has continued with the partnership. We are financing mostly social services for seniors, people with physical disabilities, and families with children. The organization targets activities for a wide spectrum of people – abandoned seniors, children, wheelchair users, people with combined disabilities, prisoners, etc.
We support the sports program of the organization. It is designated for paraplegics and people with other disabilities. The goal is to offer more fulfilling sports activities. They organize many sports courses and they try to use modern sports equipment to help everyone enjoy the beauty of sports such as kartski, handbike, etc.
This organization tries to destroy external and/or internal barriers in the lives of people with disabilities. The target groups are people ages 16-64 who need help because of their physical or combined disabilities. Our financial support goes to their transit program, which allows young people to get from school to work, etc. We also help with the education programs of assistants.
KVP is helping people with physical disabilities to lead respectable lives in wheelchair-accessible housing situated in Prague 11.
Support and sports activities for people in wheelchairs is essential to us, which is why we help this organization with their everyday operating costs, so that they can concentrate on growth. The organization arranges sports event for members and their families, they introduce new wheelchair users to their options, and help with attendance to sport events on both local and international levels.
AVAST Foundation is a long-time supporter of Duha’s clients, helping them live in assisted housing and to be creative in sheltered workshops. Some of them also get a chance to work in a “Rainbow Laundromat” project and to become a part of the local job market. We are happy to be able to improve their living conditions.
Support of hospice and palliative care is one of our biggest priorities and Cesta Domu (Way Home) was one of our first partners.
They offer professional medical, social, and therapeutic care to terminally ill patients and their families, in a home environment. This allows people to spend their last days at home, respectably, and with their loved ones. We also support some regional hospice services and we are trying to start systematic support of the whole hospice care system in the country.
AVAST Foundation helps people who’ve been affected by a humanitarian catastrophe and our regular partner in this direction is People in Need. We also have human rights as one of our main themes, which is why we are long term partners in the following projects:
ONE WORLD International Film Festival about human rights
An annual documentary film festival about human rights is the biggest of its kind in the world. We are the festival’s main partner, and we’re proud of that.
ONE WORLD in schools
This educational program is People in Need’s long-term project. They bring documentaries and other forms of audio-visual materials to children around the country. The program puts our modern world and modern history into context.
And we help people in Ethiopia
Another result of our partnership is the support of development in Ethiopia, especially in education, social services, agriculture, and water management.
Ways of support in 2013:
We support talented students, their scientific activities, and students’ projects in the 3SG group in the computer department. We also support the foundation of UPE Honor Society Upsilon Pi Epsilon in the Czech Republic, which has been connecting computer sciences honor students since 1967.
The goal of this organization is to allow people with cancer and their loved ones to get therapeutic care and social counseling. The conditions they come from are often connected to the disease, and we believe that changing those conditions is essential. We supported the foundation of a gallery for cancer patients, their loved ones, and supporting artists, as well as a complex psychosocial and supportive care area for patients in the hospital of Milosrdných sester sv. karla Boromejského, which includes palliative care.
This is a center for families who are experiencing temporary crises or social problems. We supported the organization’s administrative processes.
Linka bezpeci is the biggest and oldest crisis helpline for kids in the Czech Republic, and we have been this organization’s main partner since 2011. We financially supported the work of professional consultants who answer all different kinds of calls, from about 700 kids daily. They need help with issues at home, at school or, for example, in relationships. This year we have decided to support “Forget-Me-Not” day, which the helpline organizes as a part of International Missing Children’s Day on the 25th of May. The organization is trying to raise awareness about the issue that the Czech Police agency has been looking for 5,564 kids in the last year. We feel like it concerns us and our children. All employees joined us in raising funds on that day.
This program is made for all applicants for support, for a variety of needs, from all regions of Czech Republic, and for people in need after various catastrophes. The amount of support is decided by the members of the board, and applications can be denied without stating the reason.
The maximum budget for 2013 is 3 million CZK.
The last deadline for applications took place on the 30th of March, 2012.
We received over 160 applications this year and are not accepting any new applications at this time.
We supported these organizations:
Nadační fond Umění doprovázet, Hospicové občanské sdružení Duha Hořice, Hospicová péče sv. Zdislavy, o.p.s., Blind Sport Club Praha, o. s., Český ragbyový svaz vozíčkářů, SKV Ostrava, Centrum handicapovaných lyžařů, Č.A. CISV International, Pestrá společnost, Nadační fond Gymnázia Trutnov, Muzika Judaika, Legato, DOX – Centrum současného umění, Slezský klub stomiků Ostrava, ARCHIP
A sample of organizations that have received our support.
The center helps patients with spinal injuries to adapt to a new lifestyle and supports the development of their physical and mental condition to help them return to the independent life under natural conditions. AVAST Foundation contributed to sports programs organized by Centrum Paraple.
The charity operates the Hospice, which helps terminally ill patients and their families. Patients are provided with a complete palliative care and treatment that is aimed at improving their quality of life.
Gaudia proti rakovině is a civic association providing psychotherapy, social services, and support services to patients diagnosed with cancer, as well as support for their loved ones.
ALKA provides care and services to multiple disabled persons and their families. Besides the psychotherapy it includes also the social rehabilitation and self-care training. The Foundation has provided funds for equipment for the special intensive therapy center ADELI.
Dum Tri Prani provides assistance to families with children that are facing many problems, have a temporary crisis, or find themselves in difficult social situations. AVAST Foundation provided operating funds for administrative support facilities.
The hospice offers medical, social, and psychotherapeutic care of terminally ill patients and their families at their homes, so that they can spend the last days of their lives at home with dignity, surrounded by their loved ones.
The organization provides social services to people with mental disabilities and works with them to expand their options through sheltered housing, supported employment, and day service centers.
The organization provides assistance to people with disabilities who want to work and lead a socially active life.
Charter 77 Foundation is the project account through which Bariery has supported thousands of projects since 1992. These projects are aimed at improving handicapped people’s lives and their full participation in society. AVAST Foundation participated in supporting four projects: sports without barriers, assistance to immigrants, personal assistance support, and SENSEN (a program for seniors).
This civic association helps provide a dignified life for people with severe disabilities. They live in houses on barrier-free streets in Prague and surrounding areas.
The organization uses hippotherapy to help children with musculoskeletal disorders and multiple disabilities, in order to improve their mental and physical development.
This civic association supports those who find themselves in difficult life situations that can’t be solved without help. Support is provided through financial collections, which are published on the website of the association. AVAST Foundation contributed to the treatment of six autistic children.
This charity and humanitarian organization of the Sovereign Order of Knights of Malta focuses its activities on helping a wide range of subjects – old and abandoned people, children, wheelchair users, and people with multiple disabilities, prisoners, citizens affected by natural disasters, etc.
This association is for parents and friends of handicapped children in Czech Republic. AVAST Foundation contributed to personal assistance services.
The association helps with animal-assisted therapy and hippotherapy for individuals and organizations such as medical institutions, retirement homes, hospices, or orphanages.
This association helps psychiatric patients by protecting the rights of the mentally ill, as well as improving their lives.
Prosaz provides personal assistance, day care, and home care for people with disabilities.
Anabell offers help and support to people affected by or at risk from eating disorders, to solve problems related to improper diet.
Hewer provides personal assistance to seniors and other people with physical, sensory, or mental disabilities.
Cheiron is a community center for children and young people, mostly of Roma origin, who are in a difficult situation.
The organization provides social services such as social counseling, nursing services, personal assistance, and other support.
This organization deals mainly with training and supplying dogs for people with disabilities, but also assists with active employment for the disabled, with education and educational activities.
The company's mission is supporting active and dignified lives for the elderly in Czech Republic, through visits, outpatient and other social services and counseling. AVAST Foundation contributed to the equipment and materials for home care nursing.
The center helps vulnerable families and young people through social and community work that contributes toward functional civil society in Roudnice nad Labem and its surroundings. AVAST Foundation contributed to the realization of low-threshold facilities for children.
The center provides outpatient social services in the Karlovy Vary region. It offers comprehensive technical support to clients with severe multiple disabilities or autism spectrum disorder.
This association assists people after brain injury, as well as their families. AVAST Foundation contributed toward rehabilitation devices.
Street work is the professional organization representing individuals and legal entities operating in the low-threshold social services. AVAST Foundation contributed to the project "Street work online."
The organization is an active member of the Association of Workers in Early Intervention, which associates professionals working in early care and advocates for the maintenance and development of industry and services. AVAST Foundation participated on the purchase of a vehicle for field services.
Rozmar is restaurant in Prague operated by non-profit organization Rosemary, which is the first social firm in the Czech Republic set up to employ young people upon their leaving an orphanage.
The association was founded to help children and young people not only in difficult situations, but also with their everyday worries and problems. AVAST Foundation contributed to the operation of the organization.
The organization helps disabled people toward self-sufficiency and teaches them how to assert themselves in the labor market. AVAST Foundation contributed to the provision of project documentation for a building permit for the Centre Monastery, which will become a center of comprehensive services for persons with disabilities, as well as seniors and the public, after its reconstruction.
The organization is part of the civic association Náruč (Armful) in Řevnice, which operates a day care center for children and youth. AVAST Foundation contributed to new equipment for the Café.
The society supports people with mental disabilities by providing assistance and day care and organizing therapeutic, recreational, social integration, and other programs for severely disabled children. AVAST Foundation supported the project "a full life for families with a handicapped child."
The center focuses on improving the quality of life for people with disabilities and their families. AVAST Foundation supported the project "We want to live at home."
This association for handicapped children provides assistance and a day care center for disabled children. AVAST Foundation contributed to rehabilitation equipment and assistive devices.
The group focuses its activities mainly on the lonely, disabled, socially excluded, or otherwise disadvantaged people. AVAST Foundation supported a program for homeless people in the capital city of Prague.
The association helps young people with disabilities to integrate into society and creates job opportunities for them. AVAST Foundation supported the project "I work, therefore I am."
This equestrian club provides horse riding to young people and disabled youth, with special horses trained for hippotherapy, and also trains horses for this purpose.
The organization provides social, health, and educational services to those who – due to age, disability, or other threat – have come into an unfavorable situation. AVAST Foundation contributed to the construction and installation of lifts for the disabled in newly built workrooms.
The company provides professional rehabilitation services for persons with visual impairment. AVAST Foundation contributed toward those social rehabilitation services.
AVAST Foundation contributed to the modernization of a house for barrier-less entrance.
The group provides social therapeutic workshops and facilities for outpatient services that are designed for people with reduced autonomy because of a disability.
Dolly runs charitable activities in social, humanitarian, professional social counseling, and other support areas. The association focuses its activities on helping disabled people, seniors, and others with conditions different from the majority of society.
The group comprises the largest children's psychiatric hospital in the Czech Republic. AVAST Foundation contributed to equipping the hospital with therapeutic (relaxation) zones for discharge of aggression.
Inzulínek unites families with diabetic children, mostly from the regions of Olomouc and Zlín. AVAST Foundation contributed to the operation of a summer camp, where children with diabetes – in addition to playful fun – also learn about their disease and its needs, all under the watchful supervision of physicians.
FAKULTNI NEMOCNICE OLOMOUC is a university hospital, dedicated to a full spectrum of patient treatment. With more than 1,400 beds, it is the largest hospital in the region. AVAST Foundation contributed toward monitoring equipment for improving the care of children with acute diabetes.
AVAST Foundation contributed to the participation of men in the tournament and their advance to the summer Olympic Games.
The sports club organizes events for club members and their families, introducing new wheelchair users to sports, and supports the participation of the club representation in sports competitions – local, professional, and international.
AVAST Foundation supported the holding of the 18th Championship in wheelchair table tennis in Ostrava.
The educational program One World at Schools offers schools a documentary film and accompanying teaching aids to teach modern history and current world topics.
AVAST Foundation is committed to long-term education project for orphans and independent farmers in Ethiopia for this humanitarian organization, which focuses on assisting in crisis areas and promoting respect for human rights worldwide.
AVAST Foundation contributed to the annual festival of documentary films focused on human rights.
CISV is a unique, independent, apolitical, non-profit, and volunteer organization that annually provides many children and young people a way to meet new friends, make contacts at the international level, and look under the surface of different cultures.
CVUT provides support for promising students, their research activities, and student projects within the group 3SG, under the Department of Computer Science.
AVAST Foundation provided support to the youth orchestra summer camp held in August 2012 in Litomysl.
This association’s main purpose is to create an archive of significant performances in order to preserve the memory of the theatre for future generations and those who are not allowed to visit personally. AVAST Foundation contributed to a program that preserves performances of Theatre University students.
This educational and cultural center provides modern amenities for the elderly. AVAST Foundation supported a united project with the rock band Please The Trees and the seniors choir Elpida.
AVAST Foundation contributed to the meeting of chamber music and performance courses for talented musicians in Litomysl in 2012.
AVAST Foundation supported a concert of classical music in the Salvator church in Prague in March 2012.
CTU is a technical university that welcomes and supports wide humanitarian interests, including music. AVAST Foundation supported the project "Meeting with the music."
AVAST Foundation supported Berg, a young band that provides attractive new projects, with its emphasis on contemporary music and music of the 20th century, and combines it with theater, film, dance, visual arts, etc.
Thespis publishes theater plays on VHS and DVD and supports the IUVENTA program – joint project of Thespis and DAMU (academy of theatre arts), the aim of which is to record the performances staged at academy theatre DISK.
Český svaz pozemního hokeje, known internationally as the Czech Hockey Association, holds qualification tournaments for the Czech Hockey Team’s involvement in the Olympic Games.
Matematika s chutí is a project initiated by professionals from the field of pedagogy and mathematics and produced under the auspices of the Institute of Social and Economic analyzis. The goal of this project is the quality and attractiveness in teaching mathematics, with a focus on students in primary schools.
Útulek pro psy Modřany is a dog shelter that, rather than using traditional locked pens, provides a ‘family environment’ to small and non-aggressive dogs.
Středisko vodících psů is part of a united organization for the blind and visually impaired and dedicates itself to education and training of guide dogs for those who are visually impaired.
Stodola is a joint project of an evangelical choir and the company Fokus Vysočina Havlíčkův Brod, aimed at reconstructing an old barn as a therapeutic workshop for mentally ill clients, as well as a creative space for exhibitions and educational programs for the general public.
Sportovní klub vozíčkářů is a civic association that creates conditions for disabled people – especially those in wheelchairs – to participate in sporting activities. AVAST Foundation contributed toward personal assistance for year 2012.
Dobrý skutek is a civic association supporting those in difficult life situations. AVAST Foundation contributed to the treatment of two autistic children.
Apropo Jičín is a civic association that helps families with disabled children by providing personal assistance and day care, as well as support for parents and caregivers, so that the people involved can develop as normal a life as possible.
Caballinus is a civic organization providing hippotherapy, or equine therapy, as part of a long-term rehabilitation strategy for improving the quality of life for disadvantaged children.
Programátorská soutěž is the “Central European Regional Contest” (CERC) for programming, organized by Czech ACM Chapter ICPC.
Hospice Cesta Domu provides professional care for terminally ill patients and ongoing support for their families, and as well contributes to societal changes designed to improve conditions for care.
Oliver Matous Stanislav (individual) was born with severe disabilities, which among other areas affected motor skills, included acid reflux, and required a special diet and cranio-sacral therapy.
ALKA o.p.s. helps people with severe physical disabilities, providing physiotherapy that is linked with social rehabilitation as a daily self-care routine. AVAST Foundation sponsored an intensive-therapy center for immobilized patients.
Spolecnost DUHA provides assisted-living, employment services, and professional development in ‘ordinary’ settings, to help adults with intellectual disabilities to function with dignity.
Dum Tri Prani is dedicated to the establishment and operation of shelters for children with immediate critical needs, as well as comprehensive professional services to families in crisis. AVAST Foundation covered costs of daily administrative operations.
Cerveny Kostelec/Hospic Anezky Ceske offers comprehensive care for terminally ill patients and their relatives, as well as equipment services for use in the home environment.
MAMMA HELP counsels victims of breast cancer, to relieve (via empathy gained from personal experience) the emotional shock of diagnosis and treatment. AVAST Foundation purchased special Nordic walking poles for the autumn Walking to Health event and for daily patient use thereafter.
Paraple Centrum helps victims of spinal cord injuries adapt to their new way of life, providing support for both a physical and mental return toward self-sufficiency in their natural environments. AVAST Foundation contributed to sports programs organized for disabled children.
POHODA assists the needs of people with mental or physical disabilities, so that they may live more normal, self-sufficient lives – with dignity. Services include help with housing and day programs.
FAKULTNI NEMOCNICE OLOMOUC is a university hospital, dedicated to a full spectrum of patient treatment. With more than 1,400 beds, it is the largest hospital in the region. AVAST Foundation contributed toward monitoring equipment for improving the care of children with acute diabetes.
Vseobecna Fakultni Nemocnice v Praze delivers a full range of medical, nursing, outpatient, and diagnostic care, including complex care to children with perinatal disabilities. AVAST Foundation contributed toward technical equipment for the newly opened center for perinatal disabilities.
Nadace Charty 77 sponsors cultural activities, supports human rights for people with disabilities, and backs health-related projects that include innovative technologies for health-care facilities. AVAST Foundation participates in four long-term projects: Sports Without Barriers, Help to Immigrants, Help for Personal Assistance, and SENSEN – the Great Seniors.
Obcanske Sdruzeni Pod Kridly assists young people from socially disadvantaged families, or who have grown up in orphanages or foster care, to develop skills for an independent life. AVAST Foundation contributed toward technical and IT equipment necessary for daily operations.
Prazsky Studentsky Orchestra brings together young musicians with the most promising talent in the performing arts, providing tutelage and opportunities to perform and develop professionally. AVAST Foundation sponsored concerts in Bremen and Prague.
Gaudia proti rakovine is a civic organization providing psychotherapeutic and social services and support to cancer patients and their families.
Asistence is an organization that provides support services to people with multiple physical disabilities and assists them with employment and active inclusion in society.
Oblastni Charita Vyskov is a charity organization that provides social, health, and humanitarian support. AVAST Foundation contributed to the purchase of a car for recipients of a social integration program.
Klub vozickaru (Wheelchair Club) Petyrkova is a civic association that helps severely disabled people to live in barrier-free houses on Petyrkova Street in Prague, to help them toward living more dignified and fulfilling lives.
Domov Sue Ryder, Praha provides care and support to seniors who are, due to age or illness, dependent on the assistance of others.
Strasnicke divadlo is the only repertory theater in Prague district 10 and thus the only stage for over 110,000 inhabitants. AVAST Foundation contributed to remodeling the theater, including the installation of more comfortable seating.
Trutnov Gymnasium (high school) uses Devin Cottage, in Krkonose National Park, for students’ studies in nature and ecology. AVAST Foundation supported the water treatment plant at the cottage, without which the cottage would have had to close.
Česká hudební splečnost is an institute that produces Czech musical concerts and related endeavors. AVAST Foundation sponsored the 2011 summer camp for young musicians in Litomysl – hometown of 19th Century composer Bedrich Smetana.
Človek v tísni (People In Need) is a humanitarian organization that assists people in crisis and conflicts areas, with its goal to protect human rights globally. AVAST Foundation is participating in the long-term project One World in Schools.
AVAST Foundation also contributed to help provided for famine and drought stricken people in Somalia.
Additionally, AVAST Foundation is participating in a long-term educational project for small farmers and orphans in Ethiopia.
Ochotnické divadlo Jablonský Jindřichův Hradec is an amateur theatre group. AVAST Foundation sponsored a representative tour for Czechs in Ireland, with a photo exhibit at the Czech Embassy in Dublin and cooperation with an Irish teachers and actors club.
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