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Ruse Complex News

Families and local businesses made the Christmas and New Year holidays for the three services of the Social Services for Children and Families even more complete and joyful!

Clients received gifts thanks to “Operation: Teddy Bear” and from their peers from two Russian schools – Suse “Konstantin Kiril Philosoph” and Supridh “Friedrich Schiller “. Through the National Children’s Network, the Magic campaign has been implemented. Give a book to a child, “and every child received a book…

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To aid the brightest of Christmas celebrations, Santa Claus dropped in to the Ruse centre for working with street children. It soon became apparent that he needed the help of parents and children because Rudolf had got himself stuck in the snow. Guitar music helped him stay calm while two teams set about the rescue mission. Father Christmas and his three helpers – Snow White, Snowflake and Jujanka were welcomed by the children and the service team although there were…

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On 11.11.2021, volunteers from the Youth Parliament to the Municipal Youth House – Ruse and their leaders performed a cheerful ceremony in  the courtyard of the Social Services Complex. They had all devoted time and effort to obtain and deliver winter clothes and shoes for their less fortunate peers who are clients of social services.

The conditions created by the pandemic make this gesture all the more necessary and invaluable, especially for children who live in poverty.

As a…

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The major Bulgarian holiday – St. Dimitrov’s Day – brought the children and young people from the “Pink House” great news. They received a donation from people who understand their needs and want to make their lives better. @Evelina Petkova from the town of Byala gave them specially prepared bedroom sets, blankets, towels, hats and scarves, washing powder and various consumables, fruits and treats, which she prepared together with her friends. Evelina is a third-year student …

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After participating in the “School without Walls” on “Outdoor Training”, under the Erasmus + programme, Gabriela Ivanova, a human rights student and Gabriela Stoyanova, a student of business administration, applied the acquired knowledge by organizing an outdoor session for the children from the centre for street children. 

Games drawn from the course manual and played in a local park helped the exploration of different themes. They also acquired new valuable knowledge on various topics related to environmental and environmental…

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A day spent in dramatic natural surroundings close to Kapinovski Monastery provoked positive emotions during an improvised teambuilding for the teams from the centres for social support and street children from the Ruse complex.

Here are some of the responses shared by team members:

“Complete way of exploring the team and exchanging experience.” – Bedina

“A fruitful time, filled with many positive emotions. Teamwork, bringing together the two teams and maintaining physical activity. “- Mariana

“Fruitful.…

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Denitsa and her husband-to-be, Lulcho asked their guests for money instead of flowers for their wedding day so that they could buy books and toys for EQ’s young clients from the centre for street children and other services.

They delivered the donations personally and many contained uplifting messages for the children.

As is our tradition, we provided the couple with a certificate as an expression of our gratitude and admiration. Thank you Mr & Mrs Georgiev.

 

After the forced break caused by the COVID pandemic, the children and young people from the Pink House, our small-group home have spent a week holidaying on the Black Sea coast.

Our facility in the old fishing village of Tyulenevo provides direct access to a relatively unspoiled stretch of the coast where wonderful beaches (Bolata is conserved) are easily accessed. On those days that were cloudy, there is the opportunity to explore – Shabla, Shabla Tuzla, the historic relics…

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We present you designers of the the future! These are children from the centre for street children at the Ruse complex. During the summer vacation, they take part in programmes of their choice.

 The club – ‘Fashion & Jewelry’ – asks young participants to design their own jewelry and fashion accessories meaning that they have the change to use their imagination, develop fine motor skills and develop a sense of aesthetic appreciation. Once they have been shown the…

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On May 29, 2021, for the third consecutive year, the Ruse complex organised “Stork Day” – the day when adopted children are welcomed into the home and hearts of their parents. The celebration was attended by specialists from the centre of social support –  social workers and psychologists – adoptive parents and their adopted children, as well as prospective adoptive parents who are eagerly waiting for their own “Stork Day”.…

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