2 easy steps to do
Support families raising a child with any amount of money.You can do so here.
2. dive in
Immerse yourself, soak yourself in cold water anyway. For example, in a pond, a stream, in a lavatory, take a cold shower. In this way, you will symbolically support the families of children with disabilities.
You can also take a picture, record a video and post a photo, or post the recording on your Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #nebudsrab , or upload your performance here:
We look forward to sharing your courage. However, neither photo nor video is required.
Invite your friends, acquaintances, colleagues, relatives to support early care and get involved with us - any spread of the campaign is very welcome!
Don't be a scumbag campaign! Wet for early care runs in December 2022 and January 2023. Its goal is to raise 1,000,000 crowns to support families with children with disabilities at an early age in the Czech Republic.
Early care is provided free of charge to families with children with disabilities, but this does not mean that it costs anything. Although the State Guarantees a Statutory Service for Families, Public Resources To Help All Needs Families Unfortunately, this is not enough: the situation differs from region to region, in some regions subsidies from regions and both Post arr. We can provide timely help for all our clients only thanks to our donors: foundations and corporate and individual donors. This support is irreplaceable: it is these gifts that will allow us to come to all the children as soon as possible after the diagnosis and provide the whole family with fully professional care. Early help has a major impact on a child's adult life. Therefore, many thanks to all of you who support early care!
How we will use your gift:
Thanks to all of you who will support early care and get wet with us!
Wondering who's got wet? Take a look here.
about early care
What is early care
Early care is a free service for families in which a child with a severe disability is born. It is intended for families with children with disabilities aged from birth to seven years. It is a mostly field service, which means that early care workers commute to the family directly at home and in a child's safe environment show parents how they can develop the child, stimulate his senses and overall development, what toys or aids to choose, how to communicate with the child. They will recommend how to adjust the home environment, offer social counseling, recommend other experts in the region & hellip; And all for free for the family.
Early Care Society
Our Early Care Society has been helping families with children with disabilities for 30 years, so we have enough experience and we rely on providing the most professional support to families. We offer help to families with children with visual impairments and combined disabilities, with physical or mental disabilities, including children with ASD.
We currently operate in 10 regions of the Czech Republic and commute to more than 800 families a year. We enable children with disabilities to live in a similar way to the lives of other children, ie in the family, community, village, by bringing professionals to the families of children with disabilities at home.
How early care is fundedAccording to the Social Services Act, early care is provided to families free of charge. It is partly financed by the state through regions and municipalities. However, public resources cannot provide support wherever it is needed. An important partner for our vision is individual donors - everyone who is close to the idea of early care that all children should grow up at home.
Thank you to all of you who support early care! Thanks to your donation, we can help families who find themselves in a very difficult situation after the birth of a child with a disability - as if someone threw them in icy water and said: swim …
Thanks to everyone who gets involved with us!
You can find more about the Early Care Society as well as all branch contacts, family stories and much more here: www.ranapece. com
who dove in
Thanks to everyone who has already dived in for support of families with children with disabilities!