CWU Humanitarian Aid (CWUHA) continue to mark 20 years of delivering smiles to underprivileged children and have been in Moldova doing just that and more.
As part of the charity’s 20th anniversary celebrations, CWUHA undertook one of its most ambitious projects to date – converting a rundown school in Moldova into an activity centre for disabled children. The new centre was officially opened over the weekend and already is making a difference to the lives of disabled children in the region.
Chair of CWUHA and CWU North West regional secretary, Carl Webb, expressed his heartfelt thanks to all those who donated their hard-earned cash and to those who donated their time as volunteers to make this one of the most rewarding CWUHA charity drives in the charity’s 20-year history.
“This particular convoy was made all the more special not only because we were we able to deliver aid to underprivileged children in Moldova but because the doors to the new activity centre for disabled children were officially opened,” said Carl.
“To see first-hand how meaningful the Phoenix Centre is for children in need of special care, is completely overwhelming and moving so to all those who have made this possible, take it from me, you have made a massive difference in the lives of these children.
“We look forward to continuing on our mission to change the lives of vulnerable children for the better and hope the next 20 years of CWUHA go above and beyond that which we have already achieved.”