Let me introduce you to…

Darius and mama have little of this world’s goods yet it is a special joy to meet them. Mama is always so grateful for the least help as her only affordable purchase seems to be “Sticks” biscuits to share with Darius. He is paralyzed so is confined to a hospital wheelchair but he beamed with delight when I gave him a book to colour!
What was his joy a little later when Traian Despa arrived with new wheelchair for himself. This means so much for mama too as she can have this at home and can take Darius for outings.
See Eduard and you, like so many others, will want to adopt him! This is not possible but, to lift him from his cot and sing to him really helps that little one smile and be contented. He is abandoned so our joy is to get him new pyjamas or a toy. Maybe one day a social mother will be found for him.

Orphans and abandoned children

Orphans and abandoned children

Cristi is a big boy of 18 years.
I have known him since he started coming as a patient when he was quite a little boy suspected of having asthma. Always he has been a quiet, polite boy – an orphan. Now, at 18 years it has been discovered he has cystic fibrosis. Wonderful to relate, we were able to add his name to the list of those for whom we provide a free meal daily. Now his joy is great as Traian Despa has called him to come to receive a gift he really needed – a warm pullover and an extra warm padded jacket with hood.
Alexandru practically lives in the intensive-care unit of 2nd floor at Budimex (Marie Curie) Hospital. He has a strange blood disease and is under intensive investigation. I once told him he was a great help in the playroom and now he appears every time I visit and demonstrates how he has tidied and really cared for the play material. All of this tells me such a lot e.g. how good it is to give that word of praise.

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