Registered charity number 1056671 the
myosotis
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See our Romanian sister charity at: http://www.asociatiamyosotis.ro/


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where we are based at:

www.primariabarlad.ro


The Myosotis Trust is a registered English charity based in Barlad Eastern Romania, South-Eastern Europe. Its main purpose is to provide education and social and medical aid to the most needy of Barlad community and the surrounding areas.

How often will I hear from my child or family?


You will receive an annual report from Janet as well as photographs and progress reports from your sponsored child or family from time to time. Should you wish to write to your sponsored child or family, we would be happy to have your letter translated and delivered for you. We would also be happy to deliver any gifts for you.


Can I cancel my sponsorship at any time?

Yes, of course - just let us know. We will continue to support your child or family whilst sourcing another sponsor.



How much does sponsorship cost?


Individual sponsorship costs £10 per month and a family (which may include a number of children) costs £20 per month. For as little as 36 pence a day you could really make a difference to a person’s life.



How do I pay for sponsorship?

There are a number of simple ways to pay – the most convenient method is via Standing Order. We can claim Gift Aid on your sponsorship payments, if you complete the form here.


The child or family will be selected by Carol Daniel, founder and Director of the Trust. They will receive regular visits and support from the team based in Romania and also from Janet Wastall, a trustee with responsibility for sponsorship.


How will my sponsored person be chosen?


Sponsoring a child or family is a simple way to make a real difference

And if you wonder: For a small amount each month you can help a child and their family break the cycle of poverty they live in