Become a Christmas angel for one of the 405 children!

Nov 24, 2020
We invite you to join our Christmas Charity initiative, aiming to give back to those who need it most. This year we are supporting five principle charities all of which we will be featuring leading up to our virtual Christmas Charity event on December 10th.

Here is one of the charities where you can make a difference with a donation.

The Latvian Foster Family Association is looking for both in-kind and financial donations to support the children in foster care during this Christmas. By becoming a supporter and joining their campaign "Christmas Angels" you will help bring Christmas joy to children in need. LFFA welcomes donation of books, games, food or sweets as Christmas presents and/or financial donations to support their ongoing activities. Both personalized and non-personalized presents are welcome.

LFFA is a non-governmental organization, founded in 1994 with the objective of promoting raising orphans or children left without parental care in a family environment. The Association is comprised of 193 families with 405 children from different regions of Latvia. Since 2005, LFFA has been granted the status of a public benefit organization, which confirms that their activities are conducted in order to help Latvian society at large.

Contact Ilze Golvere, Chair of the Board of LFFA to find out more about donation possibilities: Mob. +371 26004103,

Donation details:
Latvian Foster Family Association
Registration Nr.: 40008008996
Viršu iela 17-53, Rīga LV-1035
Bank: A/S Citadele bank
IBAN LV79PARX0000233751014

We understand that you may not be able to volunteer time or effort this season, but don't undervalue how far a euro can go. Donations are what keep charitable organizations running.

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