Rapper/producer Filip Filipi, founder and president of student organization 28.Jun, announced the arrival of $1.5M worth of humanitarian aid in Gracanica, Kosovo marking the successful completion of the "Boj Za Kosovo" campaign. The project was initiated 9 months earlier after the launch of Filip's song titled "Kosovka" in October of 2011. The initiative resulted in Serbian communities in over 80 cities across 30 different countries to unite in a joint effort to send humanitarian assistance to their homeland. 28.Jun also received support via social media; most notably from tennis world champ Novak Djokovic, NBA legend Vlade Divac, Oscar-nominated director Emir Kusturica and rap super group Beogradski Sindikat.
The next initiative is already in the works, aiming to deliver $5M worth of aid to Serbian people in Serbia, Republika Srpska, Montenegro, Kosovo and Krajina.
28.Jun is a student-driven Serbian organization engaged in political, social and philanthropic functions pertaining to Serbian interests.
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