How much love does fit in a shoe box?

Hello myhive community,

Christmas time is upon us and most of us are looking forward to spend free time with family and friends.
However not everyone is so lucky to enjoy this time with their beloved. A lot of retired people spend Christmas alone in the retirement homes.

That is why myhive Polus Towers have decided to join nationwide collection called How much love does fit into a shoe box?

If you would like to make some lonely seniors happy during Christmas time, all you need to do is fill a shoe box as a Christmas present.
Decorate top and bottom part separately and bring the present to the myhive Polus Towers reception until 4th of December 2019.

How to properly prepare the present?
Properly packed shoe box should be evenly filled, wrapped in a Christmas wrapping paper (separately wrapped top and separately wrapped bottom) and it should contain at least one of each following categories. The selection is of course up to you:
  1. Clothes: scarf, shawl, hat, slippers, gloves, socks, stockings, tank top, etc.
  2. Cosmetics: soaps, shower gels, shampoos, disinfectants, cremes, shaving foam, etc.
  3. Instant drinks: tea, hot chocolate, coffee, etc.
  4. Delicacies: gingerbread cookies, candies, chocolates, salty crackers, etc.
  5. Something for spare time: books, crossword puzzles, sudoku, chess, cards, etc.
  6. Christmas wish

What not to give as a present?
Before the delivery of Christmas presents to the seniors all presents will be checked. The retirement homes asked to do so because of security reasons but also not to give the elderly people some useless things.
That is why we ask you not to pack:
  1. Alcohol
  2. Clearly worn clothes
  3. Half empty cosmetics
  4. Candles
  5. Knick-knacks (such as statuettes, office supplies, etc.)

I would like to thank all beforehand for all their kindness.

If you would like to learn more about the project, you can find more info here:

In case you have more questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Kind regards,
Your Community Manager
Peter Šoltis