ultimo weekend jesolo sand nativity 2021

Last weekend of Jesolo Sand Nativity

The 2021 edition of Jesolo Sand Nativity closes on Sunday 6 February. The Sand Nativity has attracted thousands of people to the city and raised funds that will be donated to charity for humanitarian projects and associations..

Jesolo Sand Nativity is preparing to close its doors. Thanks to the good weather, in recent weekends the Sand Nativity has helped to attract thousands of people to the city who enjoyed a walk through the streets of the historic center, the beach and among the sand statues that will greet Jesolo Sunday 6 February.

The 2021 edition, unprecedented due to the stop experienced in 2020, is confirming the big heart of visitors of Jesolo Sand Nativity. To find out the amount raised through donations, however, it will be necessary to wait for the closing of the event.
The donations, as every year, will be donated to charity to carry out projects around the world. This year, in particular, the Jesolo Sand Nativity will support 3 humanitarian projects and 5 associations: Una luz de esperanza - A light of hope, the Istituto Oncologico Veneto, the construction of a library and support in Sierra Leone through Bedanda Onlus, the Hospital Volunteers Association, the Voluntary Woman 2000 Group, the Eugenio Ferrioli and Luciana Bo Onlus Foundation, Telethon and AGESCI Jesolo Group1.