Here is a short video of the 5 days of distributing shoeboxes. Thank you to all that contributed with time, efforts and funds for making this project happen! Advertisements
On our first day in Iasi Arpi gave us a huge insight into the lives of its residents. He led us into some of the most beautiful, bustling parts of the city, which completely shifted my prejudices towards life in Romania. After this we were collectively introduced to some of the many homeless people that…
I first visited Romania in 2001 as a school teacher assisting with a group of 6th form pupils from the school where I worked. I came because the teacher leading the party wanted someone with craft skills (I was a Design Technology teacher), but I then knew little about the country. However, afterwards I was…
Written by Livvy Bathe, a 22 year old university graduate from England. Five years ago, as a student at The Ashcombe School in Surrey, England, I was fortunate enough to take part in a nine-day trip to the city of Iasi, Romania, working with the charity Fundatia Link Romania Moldavia, run by Arpad (Arpi) Foszto…
With the homeless
Shoeboxes of 2013
Shoeboxes of the year 2015, with thanks to those who kindly supported this project.
A Greek-Orthodox Christian group has kindly organized the wedding of these two, who we helped a lot during the years. See excerpts from the video here.
You can read our latest (as to this date) newsletter here: Newslink August 2015
The house of 2014 – bringing the bricks (blocks), and actually building it with teenagers from Reading, England.
We have delivered shoboxes to an orphanage, and also to homeless or poor children. We were not allowed to make photos in the orphanage, so we can’t post anything related to that. We also gave food to the homeless and the poor. A video will follow soon.