In this thirty-minute documentary you will see an outline of the situation as it was in Romania at the time, hear from Jane (our founder) about her motivations and what it was like in the beginning and then be walked through a showcase of our current projects.
- Young adults at risk
- Vulnerable children
- Children with learning disabilities and complex needs
- Families in poverty
- Adults with learning disabilities
In 2010 I started working with FARA in Suceava County, Romania as a volunteer delivering services to children and their families who daily deal with conditions hampering survival.Andreea, FARA Programme Manager, Tackling Poverty Through Education Read my story
FARA Charity Shops gratefully accept all donations and through a careful sorting process the highest quality pieces are selected often including designer, brand new and ‘used once’ items. Our charity shops are full of hidden gems and exciting pieces and all items not of saleable quality are recycled. Sustainability is at the heart of what we do.
Emily Adams Co-founder of POW Foods, visited our FARA Notting Hill shop and found some really amazing gems.
“Faith is at the very heart of all my work, faith is not without action” Jane shared how her Christian faith drove her decision to travel to Romania and influenced her determination to build the projects there to support children and families, giving hope and rebuilding lives. She also discussed FARA Charity’s thirty year legacy […]
Our 2020 Annual Review covers our activity over the last year, the impact of our projects in Romania and our future developments.
Video message from HRH the Prince of Wales on the contribution FARA has made to Romania’s poorest communities.
Supports a family for a month
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