Ana and Vlade Divac Foundation

The objective of the Ana and Vlade Divac Foundation is to provide financial, material and other resources to meet physical, mental, social and other needs of refugees, internally displaced and abandoned persons, regardless of their nationality, race, religion, political views or any other affiliation or commitments. Our mission is to help internally displaced and abandoned persons exercise their rights on home, achieve financial security and better perspective and live again a decent and dignified life which they deserve.
Free baby feeding chairs
 
Our Foundation aims to support initiatives focused on children well-being, especially when exceptional personal endeavor is in place. Through this project we will support a great philanthropists - Mr. Jurkovic, carpenter from Serbia. Out of his pure heart, last year Mile started to produce and donate baby feeding chairs. In just year and a half, he has finished over 600 chairs with his own hands! We want to develop this great initiative and provide Mile's workshop with much needed machine. project reportread updates from the field
Provide food for the Middle East refugees
 
Millions of people are leaving their homes on Middle East escaping from the war and disaster. They are travelling thousands of miles on their path to better life, and Serbia is one of the transit countries and last before they enter the EU. Since January 2015, over 800.000 forced migrants have passed through Serbia. So called "Balkan route" has been closed on March 8th, but refugees are passing through Serbia and they are in urgent need for food. project reportread updates from the field
Support flood victims in Macedonia!!
 
The unseen storm on August 7th in Macedonia has brought sadness and fear, leaving hundreds of families without homes just during one night! Official information indicates that at least 20 died, 22 people were injured and 6 are missing. Most affected are the northeastern suburbs of the capital Skopje. Water has entered into the houses and apartments and made huge damages. Let's show solidarity! People in Macedonia need water, baby diapers, hygiene packages and canned food. project reportread updates from the field
Provide Fresh Start for a Single Mother in Serbia
 
The project will purchase a village house with a garden for Aleksandra from Serbia. She is a single mother of 3 children, who escaped from her violent husband, currently living below the poverty line, in a shed, abused by the landlord. The family will get financial, psychological and educational support, and become able to grow food and make a steady income. project reportread updates from the field
Emergency Support for Syrian Refugees in Serbia
 
Millions of people are leaving their homes on Middle East escaping from the war and disaster. They are travelling thousands of miles on their path to better life, and Serbia is one of the transit countries and last before they enter the EU. Since January 2015, over 100.000 forced migrants have entered Serbia. Throughout the country, families with their children spending days and nights on the open space, in the field, but soon coming the cold days, and that will not be possible any more. project reportread updates from the field
Help Us Rebuild School Toilets In Baljevac, Serbia
 
Elementary school Josif Pancic in a small mining town of Baljevac, in Central Serbia is attended by 210 pupils. The school is very old and In the worst condition are toilets throughout the building that need urgent reconstruction, because they are below minimum standards of use. It is necessary to replace toilets, tiles, sinks, lavatories, and painting. It is necessary to raise funds in a short term so that the school would be reconstructed before the beginning of the school year September 1. project reportread updates from the field
FLOOD RELIEF APPEAL FOR SERBIA
 
Serbia has just been struck (May 2014) with a huge natural disaster, caused by heavy rain and overflowing rivers. The worst floods in the Balkans for decades left more than 35 dead and forced over 30,000 people to evacuate from the affected areas. Many towns and villages are completely cut off and emergency services are working around the clock to rescue people. project reportread updates from the field
FLOOD RELIEF SERBIA - Helping Families Return Home
 
In May 2014 the Balkans were hit with floods that became the worst regional natural disaster in decades, leaving 51 dead and over 90,000 displaced. Serbia was struck particularly hard with 32,000 people evacuated from their homes and serious damage to the country's infrastructure. Months after the disaster, there is still massive amounts of work to be done. Currently, $1.2 million raised by the Foundation is being implemented in flood relief projects, helping 4,500 people across the country. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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