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Giving for Latvia (reg. charity no. 1161932)
Established in 2009 by a group of young Latvian professionals working in London, the aim of Giving for Latvia is to provide aid to children and parents in Latvia, who have suffered from emotional and physical abuse, and to those disadvantaged by age, disability, financial problems and other hardships.
100% of donations are used to issue grants (€1,500-500 each) to children crisis centres, special needs kids associations and charities that care for children and parents in Latvia, buying educational and special needs equipment, paying for day trips for underpriviledged children, etc.
We have developed a handful of projects and would be very keen to bring these to life. To achieve this we have organised a special Spring Charity Pledge Appeal to you, our kind donors. Please support vulnerable families in Latvia, by donating towards projects aimed at development and wellbeing.
Our pioneer corporate donor Opal Transfer (www.opaltransfer.com) has committed to double selected donations.
3 charities' pledges
Suggested donation amounts:
- £50 - access to modern parenting book
Donations aggregating to £3,000 to be doubled by Opal Transfer
Book: Parent Magic (1 of 5 in the series) by children and parent psychologist Dr Montgomery was releases in Norway in 2018, licensed to be translated in 20+ languages, and to be published in Latvian in 2019 (price c.€7+)
Beneficiaries: crisis centres, social services units, children's and parents
charities, selected rural libraries
Use: access of book to those who cannot afford it
- £40 - outdoors playground for Tornkalna special needs school.
Beneficiaries: 70 kids, with autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, dyslexia, etc
Use: outdoor climbing frame
PS The school is also successfully lobbying for modernization of legislation on school education for special needs kids in Latvia.
- £30 - languages and arts study materials for women in prison
Beneficiaries: women in prison participating in the alternative re-socialisation programme Mirjama
Use: study materials and large bookcase to store these
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with gift aid: £125.00