Our Highest Priority is Children and it Shows in Everything We Do.

At "Children Aid and Development", we are all volunteers working on various projects — from rebuilding schools, heating systems, Computer and English Labs, to helping kids through scholarships, book donations, or free dental screening programs. We work either independently, or in partnerships with local and international NGOs. Since 2009, we have started several projects in partnership with Rotary International, the largest service organization in the world, with over 1,2 million members. Currently we have projects in rural areas of Romania. Please visit our "Programs" pages for more information.

Modern technology for rural children

Children Aid and Development was born from the idea of creating economic opportunities in poor rural communities, one community at the time. For this, we are taking a three prong approach:

  • Develop computer and Internet skills for children and young adults
  • Learn communication skills in English (and/or any widely spoken language)
  • Skills / vocational training

We are committed to:

1. Provide help and assistance for projects initiated by other organizations involved in similar activities.

2. Be the liaison between donors and organizations in need, and help direct funds to right places.

3. Build a network of volunteers, and relationships between similar organizations in the field of helping children.

4. Provide support and education for children, their parents, and everyone involved in the process, and improve their overall quality of life.

5. Promote and help build altruism, and volunteerism, and create a sense of community in every place

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Mentoring and Scholarships

"Children Aid and Development" is proud to mentor and sponsor 25 bright students in their quest for knowledge. By providing full and part scholarships, we empower brilliant young people, while building a better future for their communities.

They are all energetic, intelligent, kind-hearted, and deeply rooted scholars. Aside from their academic achievements, we know them as lights in their communities, helping people around them, always ready to lend a hand, and make this planet a better world. We are very enthusiastic about this program that started in 2008, and we have very high hopes for them: five o are in college already, and the rest being between 8 and 18 years of age.