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Archive for September, 2013


The final destination of the campaign

The school year has started more than 2 weeks ago. We are spiritually fulfilled because we have succeeded to help 287 children in this year’s campaign “Help the bell ring for every child,” 3rd Edition. Children already can go to school, with their peers, with new backpacks with all necessary supplies.
Our last destination was an unplanned one in response to the call of a mother who goes to church “St. Dumitru ” from Chisinau. Mrs. Ciobanu is mother of three children: Christian, Valeria and Felicia.


The bell is ringing on the left side of Nistru River

The big family of beneficiaries of PO “Filocalia” is expanding, this time – on the left bank of Nistru River, in the region of Grigoriopol. On September 3rd , we went for the first time to the village Speia to congratulate our newest friends with the beginning of the school year.
Speia is a large and beautiful village, but just like the rest of the country, much of the native population left to work abroad, and the location turns off bit by bit. Teachers tell that student’s number sadly decrease from 400 pupils in 2009 to nearly 150 pupils in 2013.


A new school year for the children from kindergarten no. 1 from Costesti village, Ialoveni region

On September 2, PO “Filocalia” heard the bell sound in the kindergarten no. 1 from Costesti village, Ialoveni region. We had to be present at such a special day for the little ones since they are our youngest partners and volunteers: they have presented beautiful concerts for elderly from the Republican Asylum and shows for pupils from the Boarding school no. 5 – children with mental disabilities from Chisinau.


The bell rings in the capital of Moldova and in Sangera region

On August 31, PO “Filocalia ” and two brave volunteers visited 3 families with many children from Sangera region, near Chisinau. We went there, as usual, with food parcels and hygiene products, school supplies and candies for children, and clothes for those experiencing financial difficulties.