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The Bulgarian Red Cross carries out its activity in execution of its main objective to alleviate and prevent human suffering with impartiality and neutrality, without discrimination as to nationality or race, gender, social status, religious conviction or political ideas. Exactly this impartiality and neutrality of the organization allows it to assist the vulnerable people in difficult situations, to be autonomous and accessible for all.


 

The Bulgarian Red Cross National Charity Fund was established in 1989 through Act 46 of the Council of Ministers. The Fund provides financial support to vulnerable people of low socio–economic position

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From 2004 up to today, the Hot Meal Programme is continuing to provide free meal each school day to disadvantaged children

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National Fund for Supporting Children-Victims of Traffic Accidents was established in 2005, to raise funds that are distributed twice a year to the families of the children-victims of traffic accidents.

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In partnership and coordination with state authorities, local government and non-governmental organizations, the Bulgarian Red Cross works actively to provide immediate assistance to victims of disasters and crises.

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The Home Care Programme started in 2003, with the establishment of “Home Care” Centres, and aims to provide health cares and social services in the homes of elderly people with chronic diseases and long-lasting disabilities.

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The Fund for Development of the Artistic Talents of children with disabilities is established in 2008, as a part of the Bulgarian Youth Red Cross long-term project “How do you like my Art?”

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The BRC Protected Home “The Colorful House” was created within the project “Social program providing services and support to children and young people leaving social institutions”, realized with the support of the Velux Foundation and The International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent.

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