The customers of UniCredit Bulbank help Bulgarian children with chronic diseases

The customers of UniCredit Bulbank help Bulgarian children with chronic diseases
  • The bank will donate to the “Bulgarian Christmas” campaign 10 stotinki for each purchase made by a customer with his/her phone from 18th December until the end of the year.
  • Traditionally, UniCredit Bulbank is among the main sponsors of the “Bulgarian Christmas” concert which raises the highest support during the campaign

The bank will donate 10 stotinki in support of Bulgarian children with chronic diseases for each purchase which the customers of UniCredit Bulbank pay directly with their phone through their digital wallet from 18th December until the end of the year.

In this way, the customers and the bank will contribute together to the provision of modern medical equipment for children’s clinics and wards across the country through the “Bulgarian Christmas” campaign. For 18 years already, the “Bulgarian Christmas” has united the efforts and compassion of people. Apart from hospitals, the “Bulgarian Christmas” also provides support to individual children in order to fight the disease in their early childhood.

In order to help for the donation of the bank to additionally increase, customers just have to choose to pay for their usual purchases in a fast, easy and convenient way with their phone instead of paying in cash or with a card.

Apart from that, UniCredit Bulbank will be again a main sponsor of the “Bulgarian Christmas” concert. This event traditionally raises the highest support during the campaign.

If the customers with physical cards issued by UniCredit Bulbank have not digitalized them yet, they can do so in just a few minutes.  Regardless of whether the card is Visa or Mastercard, it can be easily added in  Apple Wallet to make payments with iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac. The owners of mobile phones with the Android operational system can use the integrated digital portfolio in the application for mobile banking - Bulbank Mobile.


Additional media information:

Ekaterina Ancheva, tel +359 (0) 2 9264 963, flbufsjob/bodifwbAvojdsfejuhspvq/ch

Beatris Nikolova, tel +359 (0) 2 9232 528, cfbusjt/ojlpmpwbAvojdsfejuhspvq/ch

Victoria Blajeva, tel +359 (0) 2 9264 993, wjlj/ebwjepwbAvojdsfejuhspvq/ch