Blessing for people is a charity organization operating in Poland since 2019. During this time, the organization was able to help many people in need: disabled and sick children, the elderly, and large families. The main values of the organization are freedom, inclusivity, and diversity for each social group. In our work, we are guided by equality, engage in human rights and educational activities, and provide support to those in need.
Due to the coronavirus epidemic, we have organized distribution of more than 3,000 masks and…More detail
We should always remember about the elderly, many of them need help, so we organized…More detail
March 8 is International Women’s day. And every woman and girl should be given some…More detail
We gave Tomek a laptop so that he could study online like other children. His…More detail
Today we were in “Zespole do obsługi Placówek Opiekuńczo-Wychowawczych Nr 3” we brought children’s stationery,…More detail
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In June 2018, Leon was diagnosed with total autism. Autism is a disorder of the perception of the world by senses. Leon perceives light, images and sounds, feels touch, smell, taste or pain differently. He often has difficulties understanding the statements accurately, because he is just learning to speak. It’s like he is trapped inside his own body an unable to convey what’s happening inside. The world for such people is extremely different from “our world”, therefore communication problems make people with autism face the experience of mental loneliness.
Leo constantly requires the support of an adult and needs intensive rehabilitation, treatment, supplementation. Thanks to various methods of support with small steps and hard work, Leo changes his life for the better
Your help and support for Leo will allow for his further development and self-improvement. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your help!
Learn the story of our little warrior whose will to live amazes us every day! She was born at only 25th week of pregnancy. Sized as a little newborn kitten, weighing hardly over a half a kilo… our tiny, but great sunshine had to fight for her life from the first seconds she saw this world. She didn’t give up, She is still fighting bravely! Premature children have to face lots of challenges during their tough lives… We sincerely encourage you – help Nela.
For little Boris, every day is a great battle for life. There is no doubt that Boris has become unbelievably strong man already. Despite a terrible congenital disease, he smiles and laughs a lot. Boris is a marvelous boy. And we encourage everyone to help.
4-year-old Julia as a result of extreme prematurity after her birth suffered from extensive cerebral hemorrhage. As a result, there was a hydrocephalus, underwent 3 operations to insert a valve in the head. Strabismus has developed after the operation too. As a result of perinatal hypoxia and stroke, Julia now suffers from cerebral palsy. She doesn’t walk or talk at the moment. Every day we fight for a better tomorrow for her so she can live a normal life. The costs of treatment and rehabilitation are vast! We are raising money for her rehabilitation.