Lastega ja lastele

Auhinnaga „Lastega ja lastele“ täname ja tunnustame inimesi ja organisatsioone, kelle uued algatused või pikemaajaline tegevus on positiivselt mõjutanud laste ja perede käekäiku.
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Supporters

SEB

The areas that SEB decided to support are education, culture and sport. SEB is the main sponsor of MTÜ SEB Heategevusfond (SEB Charity Fund). On 14 December 2006 the Chairman of SEB Eesti Ühispank Mart Altvee and Director of the SEB Charity Fund Triin Lumi signed a memorandum of cooperation in the Children’s Shelter of Tallinn Children’s Home, pursuant to which SEB (then known as SEB Ühispank) supports the Charity Fund with €1.3 million over the next 15 years.

In addition to the money, SEB will support us with administrative services (legal and tax advice, monthly accounting services, use of premises, etc.), which the fund will not have to pay for. The fixed administration costs of the fund (remuneration, transport and communication expenses, translation and production of materials, etc.) are covered from the support provided by SEB.

SEB has made it possible for all clients of the bank to make donations to the fund free of charge (both in the Internet Bank and at branches).
Read more at www.seb.ee/seb/seb-st/meie-roll-uhiskonnas.

 

Tallink Group

AS Tallink Group is a company based on Estonian capital that is one of the largest passenger ship companies operating on the Baltic Sea, serving over eight million passengers per year.
Tallink has wanted to share its success for years, paying particular attention to nature conservation, children and young people, and sport as a source of health and solidarity.

Since 2007, Tallinn and the SEB Charity Fund have entertained children with discovery trips to ships and Helsinki, fun pool parties in water parks and cooking events in hotels. We do it to bring more colour and excitement to the lives of the children and young people who need special care and give them the joy of learning something new.
Read more at www.tallink.com.

 

Estonian Union for Child Welfare

The Estonian Union for Child Welfare was re-established on 2 October 1988 as the legal successor of the Estonian Association for Child Welfare founded on 28 April 1919.

The Union is a non-profit association of organisations that promotes the welfare of children, makes sure their rights are protected and helps to create a child-friendly society. The Union promotes standing for the interests of children in society and awareness of the content of children's rights, strengthens and unites child protection structures and civil associations for guardianship work. The values of the Union are in the eyes of happy children!

The Union has supported the SEB Charity Fund since the very beginning with its professional advice and experience, and praised us for our work in improving the lives of children without parental care.
Read more at www.lastekaitseliit.ee.

 

Ministry of Social Affairs

The mission of the Ministry of Social Affairs is to create a living environment in the Republic of Estonia where all people have equal opportunities to lead fulfilling lives. One of the activities of the Ministry is development of welfare services for children. A living and development environment that is as similar to a home as possible must be guaranteed for children in substitute care, the service of caring for these children must be developed and the quality of substitute homes must be guaranteed. The number of children in Estonia is small and every child is valuable for us. Contributing into children is the basis of a sustainable society.

The Social Welfare Department of the Ministry of Social Affairs advises the SEB Charity Fund on how to develop better support programmes for children without parental care. The Ministry also cooperates with MTÜ Oma Pere to help children without parental care through the foster family counselling programme, which was initiated and is supported in 2011 by the SEB Charity Fund.
Read more at www.sm.ee.

 

Oma Pere

MTÜ Oma Pere (Your Family) helps children without parental care by supporting adoption and foster families. The association focuses on finding, preparing and supporting foster families. Children need parents and families for growth and development. Every child has the right to be raised by their parents and when this is not possible, they need substitute parents. Members of association would like to draw attention to the importance of a family in children’s lives and to change the attitude of people towards charity.

In 2011 we and Oma Pere started a support system of services for foster families and the children raised in them.
Read more at www.omapere.ee.

 

Moreno Centre

Moreno Centre is a non-profit organisation founded in 1998 for the purpose of offering in-service training to specialists and organisations of several areas and self-developing psychodrama courses. Moreno Centre also operates the Tallinn Psychodrama School, which organises training in the methods of psychodrama and group work, and the Estonian Story Theatre, which offers open performances of the audience’s stories. Our goal is to help people discover their own wisdom and creativity, so they can find their inner balance and support others, especially children.

Moreno Centre cooperates with the SEB Charity Fund within the scope of the Mentor programme by supervising the mentors and organising the “Smart Parent” training for SEB staff.
Read more at www.morenokeskus.ee.

 

Sina ja Mina Family Centre

Sina ja Mina Family Centre is a non-profit association founded in 2004, whose goal is to make people appreciate the importance of healthy family relationships and promote efficient education practices. The direct role of the Family Centre is to help improve family relationships by teaching social skills to parents and teachers. The Family Centre offers training to parents in the Gordon Family School, family counselling as individual counselling and in the e-counselling environment to help people maintain good family relationships and prevent risky behaviour by children. The Family Centre also supports teachers who help children in their everyday lives and who appreciate listening, self-establishment and conflict solution skills.

The SEB Charity Fund cooperates with Sina ja Mina Family Centre to carry out training programmes for shelter workers nationwide.
Read more at www.sinamina.ee.

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.