Telekom Romania Foundation supports seven humanitarian projects in December for hundreds of children and adults with special needs

  • During this month, the Telekom Romania Foundation with the help of Telekom Romania was involved in supporting seven social projects targeting hundreds of sick or precarious children, but also adults or the elderly with health problems.
  • Amazonia Association, Edulier Association, P.A.V.E.L. Association, MagiCAMP Association, Climb Again Club and the Romanian Red Cross benefited from the support of the Telekom Romania Foundation, with the help of Telekom Romania.

For the ninth consecutive year, Telekom Romania through the Telekom Romania Foundation and the P.A.V.E.L. they gave moments of joy to children with cancer. Santa Claus visited the departments of oncopediatrics and pediatric hematology at the Oncological Institute Prof. Dr. Al. Trestioreanu, Fundeni Clinical Institute, MS Curie Children's Emergency Hospital and Prof. Dr. Grigore Alexandrescu Children's Emergency Hospital where, with the help of volunteers, fruits, sweets and gifts were distributed to 220 children with cancer hospitalized in these hospitals .

Also, the Telekom Romania Foundation joined the MagiCAMP efforts and gave Christmas gifts to a number of 100 children with oncological problems or who suffered serious burns, but also to those who lost a loved one and need psychological support to go Further.

In addition, in partnership with the Romanian Red Cross, the Telekom Romania Foundation supports two actions to help the elderly and children from disadvantaged families. Thus, the Telekom Romania Foundation donates non-perishable food for several needy elderly people from Milcoveni village, Corbu commune, Olt. The inhabitants of this village are mostly over 65 years old, hard tried in previous years by floods, massive snowfalls and impassable roads.

Along with the Romanian Red Cross, the Telekom Romania Foundation, with the help of Telekom Romania, provides a warm meal for 150 children and young people from vulnerable families and a place in the day center where they can develop skills to integrate more easily. in the social and professional environment. The E.G.A.L Center means Education, Generosity, Abilities and Freedom for disadvantaged children in Romania who, in the absence of support, fall asleep hungry every night, give up education and miss their chance in the future.

Three other humanitarian projects supported in December are: "The art of saving lives", "Everything to combat isolation" and "Guides to the heights for those who have fallen". The project "The Art of Saving Lives" developed by the Amazon Association provides guidance and financial support to patients diagnosed with neoplasm or breast cancer, through the Navigator Program, the only one of its kind in Romania. "Everything to combat isolation" is carried out by the Edulier Association and provides pedagogical and financial support for the integration of children who come from families with financial difficulties or who have learning difficulties such as dyslexia. The Climb Again Club, through the project "Guides to heights for those who have fallen" organizes for children, young people and adults with special needs initiation and deepening sessions of climbing, as a means of balancing disabilities by developing new skills and as an opportunity social integration.

Last but not least, in December, the Telekom Romania Foundation runs, among Telekom Romania employees, a fundraising campaign for individual cases of children and adults with serious illnesses.

More details about the activities of the Telekom Romania Foundation are available on http://fundatiatelekomromania.ro/.

December 19, 2017 - Telekom Romania Foundation

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