Watch Moravia Take the Mannequin Challenge to Donate to Translators without Borders!

Posted by Libor Safar on Thu, Dec 22, 2016 @ 09:10 AM

Happy Holidays from Moravia

We’re dealing with hard times. Daily reports of violence and suffering crowd our social media feeds and top our television news reports. When it all seems so overwhelming, it’s hard to know what to do.

We do know that we want to do SOMETHING. And we are cheered by those who, like us, are making their support of humanitarian efforts visible.

We at Moravia are supporters of Translators without Borders. Since 1993, the group has mobilized thousands of our translation industry peers — volunteers who work hard behind the scenes in support of critical humanitarian services worldwide.

Our customers know that we take ourselves lightly, even as we take our work (and the world) seriously. That’s why we are again donating the proceeds of our annual holiday video in support of Translators without Borders. We take the Mannequin Challenge up a notch with real Moravians from our offices in the US, Europe, Argentina, Japan, and China.

With every unique video view, Moravia makes a donation — so click, watch, and share to do that *something* today.

We all can do SOMETHING for a better world. Thank you for all you do. And thank you for watching!

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