„Hope and homes for children – Bulgaria“  takes part in the initiative „The tree of the good“ in Burgas

 

 

Charity initiative “The tree of the good“will make happy dozens of children from poor families in the coming Christmas.

The Campaign of the District DI Coordination Mechanism (DDICM) is conducted for the second year, and the organizers report the increase of the activity towards the appeal for empathy.  More than 200 packages with toys, new clothes, shoes, books, cosmetics, food products were collected for less than 20 days. The day before Christmas Eve social workers and regional coordinator of HHC – Bulgaria will visit all children at risk with who DDICM worked during the year.

During 2017 the institutions – members of the DDICM worked at the field under 24 cases of prevention of abandonment, 2 cases of reintegrated children in their biological families and 1 case of a child, placed in foster family. The age of the children is between 0 and 16 years.

“Driven by the conviction that every child, regardless of the circumstances in which the family puts it, must experience his marvelous Christmas. We will continue to run the campaign, promote it and expand it.

I thank everyone who joined. The District Coordination Mechanism is a relatively young structure that unites the energy and the willingness of all participants to preserve children’s security. “- commented Prof. Dr. Sevdalina Turmanova, Deputy Regional Governor of Burgas District and Chairperson of DDICM.

In the noble initiative participated range of organizations, companies, citizens and officers of Regional Administration, among which Woman’s association „Samosaznanie“, Zonta club Burgas“, Bulgarian Red Cross, Club „Women in the science“, University „Prof. d-r Asen Zlatarov“, municipal administrations.

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