Novak Djokovic Donates More Than 240,000, Euros To New Preschool For Children Project In Serbia


Novak Djokovic

Serbian Novak Djokovic, the world number one player has many records on the court. However, he is also a player who is very generous, kind, and has a heart of gold. Besides, Novak also involves himself in various social activities. Additionally, he is also the founder of the Novak Djokovic Foundation.

Along with his wife, Novak likes to work for a good cause. Recently, their foundation donated 12 million Serbian dinars for the construction and reconstruction of schools in the country. Additionally, this amount is half the amount required by the municipality of Trstenik; as mentioned by Politika, a Serbian publication. 

Pre School in Serbia

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This amount will be helpful in the reconstruction of “Pearls” from Stopanje. Additionally, “Pearls” is a preschool institution. Moreover, it will provide education services to 75 students. 

“Novak and Jelena Djokovic and The Foundation Have Done A Lot For Our Country”- Municipality Presiden of Trstenik

The project manager of the Foundation, Marko Kovacevic was also present during the inauguration. Furthermore, He said, “Unfortunately as many as 657 children here cannot attend kindergarten. That is why there is a great need in the community to expand the capacity of preschool institution.”

In addition to this, the President of the Municipality of Trstenik also marked his presence in the event. The President, Aleksander Ciric said, “We want to express gratitude and pride for everything. Novak and Jelena Djokovic and the Foundation have done a lot for our country. And what they will have done and will do for Trstenik in the coming period will continue to motivate us. “

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Besides, he also said, “Their contribution will also motivate us to invest in creating better conditions for the youngest generations.”

The Foundation is involved in regular donations. And even more during the pandemic months.


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