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Thanks for Helping the Children

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Since the start of December, many of you have purchased the eBook, The New Rules of the Road, which details some of the changes to traffic laws in Spain, some already implemented and some due in the near future.

When the eBook was launched, we decided that all of the proceeds from the eBook, with the exception of VAT/IVA and a small credit card processing fee, would go to help those in need this Christmas, namely at the Elche Children´s Home.

This week, the proceeds donated so far were spent on creating a unique event for the children, where the officers from the Guardia Civil traffic department played a football tournament against the children.


All of the children (who beat the Guardia Civil by the way) were given a football shirt, trophy, footballs and then a celebratory party afterwards with all the food laid on as part of the day´s event.


Your generosity made that possible and made every one of those children raise a smile and enjoy a special day that will stick in their mind for a long time.


As a final gesture, the officers have all signed a Guardia Civil Trafico shirt which they are now auctioning, with the winning bidder being asked to donate a voucher, such as for Decathlon for example, to the children´s home.

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You have until a minute to midnight on Sunday night to make you bid for this extremely precious prize, not only because of what the item is, but also because of what will come from your generosity.

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You can bid by leaving a comment on the Facebook link, by clicking here. Or by filling in your details below…


By the way, the eBook is still available and we will continue to donate ALL of the proceeds received up until the night of the Three Kings to the children´s home. You can find out more about the book, and purchase it if you haven´t already, by clicking this link to the web page http://n332.es/ebook/.

Thank you for your support so far.

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