Latest Review of our Charity Projects
Helping Romanian Charities
Care for the Elderly
Arts Therapy for the Disabled
Glue Clubs - Rural Education
Why Help Romania?
Our Romanian Partners
Home Care of the Elderly
An evaluation by the Romanian authorities said the programme was … “unique in Romania in the high standards of care and dedication to the old people who are cared for”.
A further 200 to 300 people attend our Day Centre.
This was renamed The Dr Stefan Ciobanu Day
Centre in honour of our friend and colleague, Stefan
Ciobanu, who was killed in a car accident. Stefan inspired
and led the project. It will remain a great legacy for a good
man who died so tragically young.
Our long serving Director of Programmes, Julia Smyth, retired a few years ago but kindly agreed to visit the projects in Romania and report on their progress. Checkout her "warts and all" reports here. They make for interesting reading for anyone interested in aid intervention theory and practice
Over the past 20 years we have spent millions of pounds on our charity work in Romania, as well as many gifts-in-kind
We also paid for various direct charity expenses in the UK such as sponsoring the costs of expert volunteers.
We fund various Romanian charities and groups directly who are delivering help to those most in need through various programmes.In particular
Our partner charity Fundatia de Sprijin Comunitar - The Community Support Foundation
When we helped our Romanian employees set up their own autonomous charity we would have been very surprised - and thrilled - to see how much they have achieved. Here's how they summarised it:
In Bucharest we continue to support the Budimex, a major Children’s Hospital.
Relief Fund Team