Welcome                Solidarity and Hope Foundation – Săvineşti branch was founded on 25th March 2009 with the blessing of His Eminence Teofan, Archbishop of Iasi, Metropolitan of Moldova and Bucovina. Since its founding date, our branch conducted many social, educational, catechetical and charitable activities, such as: providing daily lunch for 87 children from disadvantaged families, training courses, craft activities (which consist of manufacturing decorative candles, bracelets, occasional greeting cards, angels, stars, crocheted bells, etc). See photo gallery.(which consist of manufacturing decorative candles, bracelets, occasional greeting cards, angels, stars, crocheted bells, etc). See photo gallery
Since 2009, from 17th to 26th August the Foundation has organized from its own resources a recreational educational activity entitled ”Angel Wings” Creative Camp reaching a total of over 200 participants, at the latest edition in 2012. The participants were children from Germany, China (Hong Kong), Neamt and Bacau. They were offered for 10 days:– lunch

– teachers tutors for painting and sports

– contests,

– tutorials,

– excursions.

The eighth edition from 2012 was attended by over 200 children from the country and from Germany (young people from Christliche Verein Junger Menschen) and Hong Kong.

This year, ”Angel Wings” Creative Camp, a project which has reached its 8th edition (its first edition was in 2005) will take place from 17th to 26th August. This 8th edition from 2013 will be attended by children from Moldova, children in Germany and China (Hong Kong) and from Romania about 200 children are expected to participate.

”Angel Wings” Creative Camp aims to develop artistic skills of children as well as relational skills among them.

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„Angel Wings” Creative Camp has reached its 8th edition.

From 17th to 26th August 2013, Solidarity and Hope Foundation, Săvineşti Branch will host the eighth edition of the creative camp entitled ”Angel Wings”. This year 12 children from Moldova, children in Germany and China (Hong Kong) announced their attendance, and 200 children aged between 6 and 18 from the country are expected to participate. They will be divided into three distinct groups:

– Petite group 6-9 years old

– Junior group 10-15 years old

– Senior group 16-18 years old