Tunnustusauhind „Lastega ja lastele“ ootab nominente

Tunnustamist väärivad lapsed, noored, täiskasvanud, ettevõtmised ja ühendused, kes on oluliselt panustanud laste ja noorte heaolusse. Kandidaate saab esitada 20. aprillini 2017.
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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.

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A BIG dog!? No, it’s a polar bear!

29.08.2017

In the last week of August, children from substitute homes and safe houses from all over Estonia got to enjoy a traditional pre-school visit to Tallinn Zoo with the help of the non-profit association SEB Heategevusfond. In addition to seeing all sorts of birds and animals, the children had fun on trampolines, had their faces painted, enjoyed some tasty pancakes and took photos with family and friends.

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Experiences of the hobby scholarship recipients

01.06.2017

The hobby grant programme of the non-profit association SEB Heategevusfond has been created to support the hobby activities of children and young people in substitute homes and to provide children without parental care with more equitable opportunities to develop individually and realise their talents.

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Draw me a ... SHEEP!

22.04.2017

Big and small theatre fans from different substitute homes and safe houses across Estonia visited the Theatre House, in Tartu, with the support of non-profit association SEB Heategevusfond. They went to see the The Little Prince, which is based on the book of the same name by French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Afterwards they took family photos at Toomemägi, met the actors, and visited the Toy Museum.

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