Please describe the case in detail

In particular please consider (a)Objectives of the intervention; (b) Tools used to achieve the project goals; (c) Methodologies applied;

Traditional students organized charity event Christmas Morning took place already 8th times, over the years has supported maternal and tildreis shelters, SOS Children's Village, an animal shelter, Tallinn Zoo polar bears, children with disabilities, the project "Christmas in the hospital" and autistic people.
Some example topics and events from last years.
Year 2014. Charity event Christmas Morning supported the "Christmas at the Hospital 2014" project, which sent Christmas presents to children in the hospital for Christmas. The Christmas Eve program lasted for approximately 4 hours - there were great lotteries and different performers created the excitement and mood. There were offered delicious snacks and warm drinks which was made by student and staff and the money coming from selling these was donated to charity.
Year 2015. The charity event brought together money for lotteries and donations to the Estonian Cancer patients 'parents' union.
During the event, several lotteries took place for four hours, and different performers created a good mood. On Charity event Christmas Morning pies, cakes and bread made from the charity of TTK UAS's students and staff were sold. The TTK UAS folk group Savijalakesed added dance and joy to event, also the 3rd year students of clothing design and technology programme showed fiction collections.
Year 2016. Thousands of euros were collected for the Estonian Autism Society. According to Mikk Tootsi, the organizing team member, they decided to bring the Charity event Christmas Morning this time also to the middle of the schoolhouse and students, the third floor lobby - it was a very good idea and they received a lot of good feedback.
Marianne Kuzemtšenko, the chairman of Estonian Autism Association, was very grateful and little surprised that their organization was chosen. She spoke to students about autism more widely - the situation of the autistic people in Estonia and the fact that there are about 10,000 of them among the people - these diagnoses are very different in scale.

What resources are required for the case?

Consider human resources, financial resources, infrastructure, in-kind resources and any other type required.

The resources that are needed in this project are mostly:
1.Active and innovative students
3.Financial support of TTK UAS
4.Financial and other support for the project to succeed from sponsors.

What are the enabling factors making this case successful?

Consider institutional support, environmental/social/political factors, etc.

The factors making this case successful are:
1.Collaboration of active and hard working students and instructors/teachers
2.Good co-operation with partners, sponsors)

Why do you consider this case to be good/best practice?

Please consider that a best practice must (a) have a clearly defined objective to increase the connection with the World of Work, (b) address the target groups of the project, (c) be replicable and sustainable, (d) have clearly demonstrated evidence of effectiveness in increasing the connection with the World of Work

We considered this case to be best practice because it is good example of students`activity, very practical form of implementation one of UAS`s mission - serving society and successful organizing work.

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