FARA reaches out to Romania’s poorest families, the marginalised and excluded in society, meeting the needs of children with disabilities and young people at risk of homelessness. Giving security and love, fulfilling lives, rebuilding futures and spreading hope.
FARA Charity founder Jane Nicholson is on BBC Radio 4’s The Reunion.
The renowned series reunites individuals involved in a moment in modern history. Kirsty Wark brings together a group of people who were first on the scene when the appalling existence of the Romanian Orphanages was exposed to a horrified world in 1990. The programme highlights that despite many positive steps forward, the struggle against poverty and social exclusion continues with many children and their families forgotten and needing support.
Jane Nicholson speaks about her experiences in Romania and is joined by TV presenter Anneka Rice, former teacher Monica McDaid, Mark Cook of Hope & Homes for Children, Iuliana Georgiana ex-beneficiary of FARA Charity and currently working for FARA in London, and Alexandra Smart who has childhood experiences of living in the notorious Romanian orphanages.
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We are raising funds for a new centre to support hundreds of children and their families living in abject poverty.
30 years of transforming the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged living in Romania’s poorest communities by offering a family-centred model of care.
FARA is today one of the largest and most experienced care providers in Romania, giving support to vulnerable children and adults, youth at risk, those with learning disabilities, as well as families and their communities.
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