Tunnustusauhind „Lastega ja lastele“

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SEB Heategevusfond

There is nothing more simple or obvious than knowing that every child needs security, stability and a home, where he may find sympathy, help and support even when things are not going the way they should. Above all, a child needs loving parents. Unfortunately, this is just a dream for many children …

SEB Heategevusfond was established to support children, whose parents do not care for them. The fund collects donations and carries out several projects all-the-year-round to support the children, staying in substitute homes and shelters, co-ordinates counselling of foster families and grants scholarships.

Participate Thank you, if you have already supported our charity programme or if you are going to do it in the future! Sign a standing payment order contract in SEB Internet Bank for 3 euros a month or support with a single donation.


Miracles happen to good people!


At the end of June, the children of Estonian substitute homes and safe houses were invited by the non-profit association SEB Heategevusfond to watch the summer theatre’s family-friendly play “Vinski Over the Town” in the courtyard of the Song Festival Museum. The children met the theatre director and actors, enjoyed a summer day while walking around in Tartu, taking photos, and looking at the Upside Down House.

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How long will Buratino's nose be?


During the last weekend of May, the non-profit association SEB Heategevusfond invited children from Estonian orphanages and shelters to take part in the wonderful theatre magic at the Estonian National Opera, in which Olav Ehala's family-friendly musical Buratino premiered. Children got to wander around the backstage world and meet the general manager and the composer of the show.

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Sounds are like emotions


The second Sunday in April was a marathon day at the theatre for many of the children in Estonia’s shelters and substitute homes. In the morning, they watched the educational concert performance A Window into the World of an Orchestra (Aken orkestrimaailma), at the Estonia Theatre, and in the evening, Little Gavroche (Väikest Gavroche), at the NUKU Theatre. As always, they took a peek into life backstage at both theatres.

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