The Cedar Foundation superheroes are faced with yet another serious challenge – to raise 7000 BGN for summer camps for 30 disadvantaged children. Join us now and donate, and as a gesture of gratitude, on June 1st, the International children’s day, the Cedar team members will climb one of Bulgaria’s highest mountain peaks – Botev, named after a national hero, revolutionary and poet. During the ascent we will all be dressed in superhero outfits.
The symbolic climb will also celebrate the immense efforts of our social workers and other professionals who are responsible for the children’s health and wellbeing in these turbulent times. To dedicate your time and energy to children in need is a super power of which even Superman would be jealous.
For more than 15 years we provide a safe and secure environment and quality care to children and youths with disabilities and/or deprived of parental care. We add important therapies such as physio, sensory and occupational therapy so that we make sure that every child grows healthy and fulfilled.
Summer camps are among a wide specter of educational and therapeutic activities through which our children manage their physical challenges and family trauma. Due to the pandemic during the last year we weren’t able to carry out some of the planned activities. This year we would like to make up for missed opportunities and spend as much time outdoors.
We need your super support today. Donate here or if you have any super power (like we do) tell us more about it on the Facebook page of our campaign or make the campaign popular through your friends and peers. You can also take part in the climbing on 1th June. Follow us on Facebook and check the other super ideas we have.