Unit of Life

What does the Association bring to babies?

Who cares for babies?

We have set ourselves the goal of bringing, not only the better living conditions for our babies, but also love and tenderness for their good fulfillments. Their psychomotor and psychological development is our priority. For example, we organize daily picnics to make them discover and connect with nature.We also take advantage of the beautiful summer season to bring them to the beach to have fun and to feel the sense of life.

Our team has 18 kindergarten assistants, of whom 12 are fixed and 6 are substitutes. They are led by the head of the Unit of Life. We also get help from volunteers, dedicated and committed, who visit babies and spend time with them. Our little angels receive a full necessary care 24/7 in all kinds of aspects.

How are our premises

What are our funds for survival?

Our Unit of Life is composed of three rooms with a bathroom for each, a play park, a care room, a kitchen and an office for the manager. It involves also a room which is specially arranged for the visits of the biological or adoptive family.

The Unit of Life budget is based on an annual grant from the Ministry of Social Affairs (which represents only about 20% of the wage bill) but mainly on individual donations.

What does the Association bring to babies?

We have set ourselves the goal of bringing, not only the better living conditions for our babies, but also love and tenderness for their good fulfillments. Their psychomotor and psychological development is our priority. For example, we organize daily picnics to make them discover and connect with nature.We also take advantage of the beautiful summer season to bring them to the beach to have fun and to feel the sense of life.

Who cares for babies?

Our team has 18 kindergarten assistants, of whom 12 are fixed and 6 are substitutes. They are led by the head of the Unit of Life. We also get help from volunteers, dedicated and committed, who visit babies and spend time with them. Our little angels receive a full necessary care 24/7 in all kinds of aspects.

How are our premises?

Our Unit of Life is composed of three rooms with a bathroom for each, a play park, a care room, a kitchen and an office for the manager. It involves also a room which is specially arranged for the visits of the biological or adoptive family.

What are our funds for survival?

The Unit of Life budget is based on an annual grant from the Ministry of Social Affairs (which represents only about 20% of the wage bill) but mainly on individual donations.

Extension of the playground for our angels

We have already started the work due to a donation from Unicef, however the money is running out and that is why we are relying on our donors to help us finalize the work.