Distributing food through the crisis has connected us with some of the poorest families in the Lviv Region. We can help by providing food, activities for the children and support for education. By getting to know children and their parents we can link them with our programmes for better opportunities.
17 people joined our 3 day course to learn about mentoring, the special needs of children who need our support, and how to help in the best way, so more children will have the individual support they need to thrive.
This year 23 young people who are hardworking and bright, but can’t afford to pay school fees, have access to secondary school in Malawi through Care in Action. This is opening opportunities for work and higher education.
You know it’s Christmas at Care in Action when you see smiles on hundreds of faces, as volunteers, children from institutions and our local partners come together to share love and laughs and celebrate the year together.
Foster families were strengthened at our Family Camps with fun, training, and support from like-minded people. 130 foster parents and children joined our camp this year and you can see how much they loved it!
This annual festival for children in care is a celebration of talent, culture and the chance to discover something new. We also connect with foster parents and the media to raise the chances of including these children in school.