Teachers from eight schools use the latest equipment and technology in class Bucharest, May 30, 2019 – Thanks to the „School in a Box” national
The Vodafone Romania Foundation supports Civic Lab in finding digital solutions for health and education needs
Total funding of 2.3 million lei, allocated through the national program „Connecting for Good” Bucharest, February 26, 2019 – The Vodafone Romania Foundation joins Code for
Here is what happened to the 150 poor children when an afterschool was established in their village. “They simply bloomed.”
In an village from Ialomita, where an afterschool was built for the vulnerable children, a mother told the members of the association who were in
Missis Petre has 6 children, one of which suffers from Down syndrome. The youngest is two years old and the oldest is 13, and they all live in the basement of a building in the Ferentari neighbourhood of Bucharest, in a damp and mouldy 6 square meters box. There is no sunlight in this dark room, and heating and hot water pipes cross through the ceiling, which are vulnerable to bursting.
The smell is dreadful; going down there, your nose and throat will burn and you’ll find it difficult to breathe. Their father couldn’t take all of this anymore and hung himself, leaving his family to fend off for themselves. This is one of the social cases undertaken by the Saint Stelian Association, through the Steluţa Day Care Centre, financed by the Vodafone Romania Foundation.
March 12 was an especially sunny and colorful day, but not just because of the delightful sunshine. Along with 30 colleagues from Vodafone Romania, we went to Costeşti, Argeş, where we met the children in the care of the Hercules Association and we painted the building’s walls together.
The Hercules Day Care Centre, financed by the Vodafone Romania Foundation is the only one of its kind in the south of Argeş county. Here, 50 children from underprivileged families receive help with their homework, additional tutoring on the subjects they are having trouble with and they participate in various sports and recreational activities. The Hercules Day Centre also serves them lunch, which is very important for the little ones. Their activity is supervised everyday by volunteer teachers and professors, a kindergarten teacher and a psychologist.