"Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much!"
We believe in the power of giving. Because of this fact, we decided to give away all the money left after covering all the expenses to charity. Two of the charities we chose can be found below. We encourage all of you to join us and make the world a better place!
I. SPITALE PUBLICE DIN BANI PRIVAȚI
The aim of the project "Public hospitals from private money" is to bring the hospitals in Romania to the latest standards, through projects of renovation, rehabilitation and equipping with modern equipment.
The action starts as early as 2016, when Codin Maticiuc starts supporting various medical causes, thus carrying on the legacy left by his parents, the founders of the Foundation. He arrives for the first time in Fundeni, where he meets several children with cancer, including Lăcrămioara, the girl from 702. Thus, the 4 annual visits during which he organized fun activities and brought gifts to the children, turns into a project to isolate the roof of the hospital in the summer of 2019.
In the summer of 2020, with emotions and with many unknowns, in memory of the girl from 702, as well as to create better conditions for children admitted to the hospital, Codin initiates the project Public hospitals with private money, starting the renovation of the 7th floor in Fundeni.
"We started the construction of the individual bathrooms in the salons and their complete renovation. We also want to renovate the offices, changing rooms and what else is on the ward, re-compartmentalizing the spaces to make room for lounges and thus recover the beds lost with the construction of the bathrooms."
II. HOPELESS ANIMAL HOSPITAL
This project is run by ROMANIA ANIMAL RESCUE / WORLD ANIMAL VETERINARY EMISSARIES, an association founded in 2011. At the moment we are a team of 20 doctors and veterinary nurses and auxiliary staff, who together have only one goal: to help where there is no help nobody and where the need is urgent and critical.
This program helps abandoned puppies and cats in shelters, who come from families with modest incomes or who belong to disadvantaged categories. Whether they belong to pensioners with low incomes, single-parent families or with many growing children, special life situations (health problems, accidents, calamities, family violence, etc.) or that for one reason or another it is not possible to ensure the payment of the treatment In the private veterinary system, we can be called upon to assess the extent to which we can help.
We are not a shelter, but through the exposure we have, we try to help the cases of homeless animals we treat.
Our activity is supported by the donations of the People and is based on a minimal but constantly provided help that allows us to help quickly and decisively. More details in the "Help too!" section.
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