Social responsibility is an important topic for us. We turn our support to projects designed to help the sustainable development of the communities in which we find ourselves.
Here are a number of initiatives supported by TPA Romania.
The mission of the Autism Voice Association since 2008, is to develop and offer, at a national level, the best specialists and the best programs for the recovery and integration of children with autistic or behavioral spectrum disorders. The two therapy centers of the association are benchmarks of professionalism in Romania, and the multidisciplinary team of the association ensures optimal results in the recovery of the abilities of children with neuropsychic disabilities.
Maria Beatrice Medical Recovery Center was established in 2012, being recognized at a national level as a Reference Center for the treatment of neuromotor disorders, cerebral palsy, and trauma of children in Romania. Since 2017, the construction of the First National Pediatric Center has begun – A different kind of hospital for children with cerebral palsy, neuromotor diseases, and trauma that aims to improve the quality of life of as many children in Romania as possible.
Daruieste Viata Association was founded in 2012 to fundamentally reform the Romanian medical system. The projects of Daruieste Viata Association change lives of children and adults with serious illnesses, of medical professionals who practice in hospitals in Romania. The most visible project of the association is the reconstruction of the Marie Curie Hospital so that all children in Romania with serious illnesses receive the same care as in Western Europe.
Since 1995, Motivation Romania Foundation has been supporting children and adults with disabilities in the country. Their services cover a wide range of needs, from assessment and equipment adapted for different types of motor disabilities to active recovery and training for independent living with a wheelchair instructor, consultancy for space accessibility, and adapted sports. So far, Motivation has restored freedom of movement and hope in a fulfilled life for more than 26,000 people with disabilities in Romania. More information here www.motivation.ro.
The Association of Premature Infants develops in Romania programs dedicated to premature babies, parents, and medical staff from neonatology and brings together experts from different disciplines, parents, and representatives from the media to improve the quality of public health services in Romania. The organization runs charitable programs of donations in maternity wards, continuous education for medical staff, supports workshops and webinars for families with preterm infants, projects for the prevention of premature birth, and financially supports social cases of families with premature babies.
HOSPICE Casa Speranţei was founded in 1992, and in time it has earned its status as the largest foundation in Romania that offers, free of charge, complete palliative care services to patients and their families. Through all the services offered, and through all the projects started, HOSPICE proved that valuing every moment of life is not just a motto, but a right that must and can be respected. In its 29 years of existence, HOSPICE has managed to bring hope and provide help, free of charge, for almost 45,000 patients with incurable diseases, but also for their families.
The Ringier Foundation was founded in Romania in 2008 and aims to get involved in those areas and projects in which, we can change something. All the projects so far have approached the social sphere and, even before the establishment of this foundation, Ringier Romania initiated (or participated in) projects in the area of responsibility. Currently, the little sick are in the spotlight, because the chance at life is their first right. Since 2012 over 250 children have been supported in the fight for life.