Fundatia Inocenti and Romanian Children’s Relief operate on philanthropic contributions from people like you. Your donations help us run our programs effectively and build new programs to help more children in need.
Choose to support us with a one-time or a recurring donation. You will contribute to ensuring not only the continuity of the Innocenti programs, but you will also offer the chance to expand our services to as many children, adolescents and families at risk as possible.
If you want to join us, take a look at the pages dedicated to our programmes in Bistrita, Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca. Choose the one you want to give of your time, skills and passions, then fill in the form.
To respond to those who want to support us by donating goods and supplies, the Inocenti specialists have compiled the following list of items we are always happy to receive to support our programs. Click the buttom bellow for more details.
Now it’s easier than ever to help! Under current legislation, any taxpayer can opt to redirect 3.5% of their income tax payable to the government to a non-profit entity. It costs you nothing extra, this donation is just a small part of the tax you already pay to the state.
Companies can direct 20% of their corporate tax to an NGO that supports a social cause, and the expenses are deductible.
With sponsorships like this, our programs become more sustainable, we can grow more efficiently and reach more children and families in need.
500 miles bike ride on Via Transilvanica. It is a trail of almost 1000 miles crossing Romania from north to south. Vlad likes to say that Via Transilvanica is more than just a trail, it represents a whole community that came together to pursue this impressive endeavor and offer everyone the chance to experience the unspoiled beauty of the Romanian backcountry. Join Vlad on this trip!
Without realizing it at the time, my fundraising efforts began at the age of three. As I got older, and as I continued to navigate the world of fundraising and charity, I began to understand more how my actions and efforts could actually help make a meaningful difference in others’ lives. With my parents’ help at the time, I began my yearly fundraising for children in need by committing to and participating in what I like to call “challenges”: physical tasks like long distance running, trekking for days at a time, and summiting mountains that requires months of training—all pushing me to my physical limit.