Charity that travels far !
Charity that travels far !


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Volunteering / Local partners


C2T is based in Miercurea Ciuc the capital of Harghita County. Over the years our team has worked extensively throughout the civil society enabling us to gain a thorough understanding of the social services provided by both government and charitable organizations. We have built up strong relations with numerous social organizations resulting in the creation of a portfolio of worthwhile volunteer projects (active & potential) that meet the needs of the community. All placements are independently selected and carefully chosen. Below is further information about current partners.

  • (Direcția Generală de Asistență Socială și Protecția Copilului) History: The DGASPC originated out of the PHARE program one of the three pre-accession instruments financed by the European Union to assist the applicant countries of Central and Eastern Europe in their preparations for joining the European Union. In 2007/8 Romania took over the full responsibility for the management of the Phare programme through a process of Extended Decentralisation. The DGASPC was one organisation that was formed as a result of the “extended decentralisation.”

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  • History: Zsuzsa Pupák, a physical education teacher for 26 years established the chance foundation in 2002. For 7 years she was the only employee. In 2009 she finally managed to get funds to hire another full-time employee.

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  • Aim: To support early years child development and rehabilitation with a particular focus on prevention. Prosperity Vitae is a pioneering institution for children with all kinds of neurological and or psychological disorders.


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  • History: Founded in 1997 by a lady called Kinga Csata who studied Psychology and then worked in Budapest with disabled children. After her stay in Hungary she returned to Romania and shortly after established the Napsugár association. In the beginning the association visited families offering their services but many people were ashamed to admit that they had a child/family member with a disability. Slowly attitudes changed but a big barrier is still the parents and many children in the region still do not receive adequate support.

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  • History: Founded in November 2005 in Miercurea Ciuc (Csíkszzereda in Hungarian) by a group of local students as a non-political, non-profitable, environmental and tourism oriented association.

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