Our therapy centres offer parents a lifeline of fresh hope for their children's future
Our residential training centres give young adults the skills they need for lifelong employment
Our community homes help damaged and disabled young people reach their full potential
Our education and social support programmes provide lasting solutions to rural deprivation
Our small family homes offer traumatised and vulnerable children security and love
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FARA provides a loving family life for some of Romania's most vulnerable and neglected children. Based in Bucharest and two northern regions we provide:
• small family homes for vulnerable and neglected children
• community homes for damaged and intellectually disabled young adults
• therapy centres for children with special needs
• community-based education and social support programmes
• residential training for young adults.Read More »
Our Vision and Mission
Our vision is of a world in which all children and young people, whatever their social status, ethnicity or religion, grow up with freedom and dignity in a loving, protective environment, experiencing fulfilled lives whatever their ability, built on a foundation of Christian values.
Our mission is to transform the lives of children and young people in our care, providing a loving family, healing of past traumas, special needs education, training for employment, and education to tackle poverty in some of the poorest rural communities.Read More »
Each life saved is a miracle, for these are children who were lost, as if they never existed.
Posted Mar 27, 2017 by faranews
An interview with FARA's founder and Chairman has just featured prominently in London's Evening Standard. A readership of one million plus learnt about our pioneering work - and how they can help - thanks to a new collaboration between FARA Shops and fashion brand...
Posted Feb 05, 2017 by faranews
Homeless at the age of five, Sorina entered St Gabriel’s family home in 2010. And for more than five years she had no news of her mother or her siblings. Then, one day just after Christmas she was invited to dinner with her family.
Our Royal Patron
HRH The Prince of Wales
'I have been greatly impressed by everything that I have discovered about the wonderful work FARA is doing in Romania...
Princess Marina Sturdza