Wednesday, December 26, 2012

On the eve of winter holidays, the Charity Centre for Refugees organized a beautiful celebration for children

On December the 26th 2012, in the festivity hall of the CCR, dozens of children with their parents gathered together awaiting for Santa Claus and their well-deserved presents. At the event were present such important guests as Mrs. E. Silvestru, Deputy Director of the Bureau for Migration and Asylum, Mr. Peter Kessler, UNHCR Representative in Moldova, as well as our colleagues from UNHCR office and other NGOs partner. Before starting the program, guests addressed to all those present with the warmest greetings and sincere good wishes for the new coming year.

Saturday, December 22, 2012

The Charity Centre for Refugees in Moldova brings smiles and moments of joy for children hospitalized at the Oncology hospital from Chisinau 

On the eve of winter holidays everyone, but especially children, are waiting for something beautiful, for a miracle and for Santa, who brings gifts for everybody. The most expected holidays are usually celebrated with the family, with the dearest people, in a warm and loving atmosphere. There are, unfortunately, children that are not able to enjoy this pleasant moments, as are, for example, the children hospitalized at the Oncology hospital from Chisinau, suffering from various malignant diseases. For this reason, CCR, together with the BMA, in particular with Mrs. Ecaterina Silvestru, the deputy director of BMA and Refugee Directorate Director, have decided to organize a charity action and to visite those children in order to offer them small gifts and at least a few hours of entertainment.

Saturday, December 8, 2012

CCR participation at the 16th edition of the Winter Charity Fair organized by the International Women's Club of Moldova

The sixteenth edition of the Charity Fair organized by the International Women's Club of Moldova took place Saturday, December 8th at the exhibition Centre "Moldexpo".
This year the event was attended by diplomatic missions accredited in our country, international and local charity organizations and crafts masters. During the Charity Bazaar the visitors had the opportunity to go on a trip around the world discovering interesting things, firstly cuisine and culture of the countries attending the event - Turkey, Germany, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Russia, Romania, Lithuania, Belarus etc.. Another important detail was holiday gifts, souvenirs, sweets, handicrafts and hand-made works. With no doubt, at the event was also present Santa Claus in his small village from Lapland and the money raised from the event will be used for charitable causes in Moldova.