In Romanian FARA means ‘without’. Many of Romania’s children are still living without the care, nurture, education and individual attention that all children are entitled to according to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The FARA Foundation has been actively working to improve the lives of orphaned and abandoned children and young people in Romania since 1991, when the deplorable conditions of Romania’s state orphanages were first revealed to the world.Read More »
Our Mission and Vision
Working with some of Romania’s most marginalized children and young people FARA seeks to bring love and dignity to their lives in a society where all can reach their full potential.Read More »
Each life saved is a miracle, for these are children who were lost, as if they never existed.
Posted Nov 11, 2013 by FARA News
Cornelia Mihaescu, FARA’s who directs FARA in Romania, explains FARA’s involvement in a bid to help a little girl after a very serious domestic accident. We hope to have more news of little Beatrice in the New Year.
HRH The Prince of Wales
I have been greatly impressed by everything that I have discovered about the wonderful work that FARA is doing in Romania.
In 2004, after she filmed ‘Cold Mountain’ in Romania, Nicole Kidman agreed to become a Patron of FARA.
Princess Marina Sturdza
Princess Marina Sturdza, who is related to the Romanian Royal Family, has been a loyal FARA supporter since the start.