A sensory room for traumatized kids, Palestine

by ALEIMAR - Voluntary Organization
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A sensory room for traumatized kids, Palestine
A sensory room for traumatized kids, Palestine
A sensory room for traumatized kids, Palestine
A sensory room for traumatized kids, Palestine
A sensory room for traumatized kids, Palestine

During the Christmas holidays a generous donor contacted us and decided to donate the remaining funds we needed for building the sensory room in Creche.

Thanks to your and his support and generosity we can now provide the kids in the center with a room that will help them to overcome their traumas through specific terapies and give them the opportunity to grow up happy and healthy.

So thank you dear supporters!

But our effort in Palestine is not finished and we still need your help!

If you wish to continue to support our work in this country, please consider donate for our project to support 20 kids with hearing disabilities.

Thankyou for everything you have done and wish to do for our kids!

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The kids of Creche
The kids of Creche

The Creche Centre in Bethlehem needs your help and our help to assist lots of children who have no choice but live in an unfriendly and hostile environment.


These kids have been traumatized and suffer from hyperactivity or inactivity. We are working to build a new sensory room in the Creche Centre, to improve their ability to react and interact with the environment, to improve their physical movements and to reduce their behavioural problems.


In September the new school year has begun. What a joy, what a delight, to welcome all the kids back. They look so grown up!


There is a lot of work to do and we need to raise more funds in order to help as many kids as possible. However, we should not be discouraged nor think that our efforts get wasted. The smiles on the kids' faces, the "shukran" (thank you) from their parents, the kids' drawings and some gifts from the families... all of this means: YOU are important for me, YOU made the difference for me, YOU made possible something I never thought I could even dream!


So, thank you! For everything you did and you do for our kids, for every little gesture, because it does make a difference! 

By supporting and donating to "Sensory room equipment - Creche", you can make this difference now! You can do it here

Gaetano, our volunteer country manager, at Creche
Gaetano, our volunteer country manager, at Creche


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Sensory room
Sensory room

Dear donors,
we are almost at the beginning of a new school year, but the memory of the year just ended is still alive in us: the little party and the theatrical performance organized by the nuns, enriched by the presence of the parents of the external children,  was really a great experience! We had a lot of fun! But when a school year ends we are always a bit sad too, especially when we know that in September we’ll start a new year in a new school: the primary school.

We must prepare ourselves for detachment, leaving behind us beautiful and indelible memories that we will jealously preserve deep down in our heart. Many of us have not had the chance to know our family and this makes us feel even more alone and forgotten. After the experience of Creche our future remains uncertain, even if we are sure other doors will open and welcome us. Life goes on with more or less joyful pages which open and close, and this requires always the strength in us to continue moving forward.

We know we are very fragile but also very sensitive to any gestures of affection, care, human warmth and tenderness. Like all the other children, we are in need of love. Your commitment in helping and caring for us may be rewarded a hundredfold!

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Thanks from the Creche’s children!

The Creche Centre in Bethlehem needs our help to assist lots of children who have no choice but live in an unfriendly and hostile environment. Let’s put our efforts together and give them a brighter opportunity of growth!

Last days were very intense because of many new children arriving at Creche. It’s more than a challenge looking after newborns completely dependent on others, but its caring staff is getting much back from their work day-by-day: just a smile is worth all this work!

Now that spring is coming by, Creche little guests can’t wait to have fun in the garden, running, jumping and making new experiences playing in nature! The birds’ chirping and the flowers’ colors and perfumes enchant them and inspire their drawing back home… fantasy is their characteristic, they paint reality in their own special way! Anyone can look at their work and feel amazed!

We hugely thank you for your important contribution because it is really indispensable to allow these babies to have the life that any child of their age deserves!

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ALEIMAR - Voluntary Organization

Location: Melzo - Italy
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @AleimarOdV
Project Leader:
Francesca Moratti
Melzo, Italy

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