Our mission

For Our Children Foundation is a successor to the British organization for protecting children’s rights “EveryChild” and has been working in Bulgaria since 1992. For Our Children is the first Bulgarian non-government organization that introduces foster care as early as 1997. Today we are working to make sure no Bulgarian child spends the first years of their life in the isolation of the institutions but lives safe and loved in a family.


We aim to provide the highest level of support for the babies, children and young people who are at most risk in our communities. We work closely with families, extended families, foster carers and healthcare professionals to ensure that every child has the best chance.

Our vision:

We want every vulnerable child in Bulgaria to experience a safe and happy childhood and to look forward to a bright future.


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For Our Children offers career with a cause

14 May 2016
For Our Children Foundation offered free job positions in 3 categories – volunteers, interns and temporary positions. »

First grade students from “St .Sofia” private primary school are Heroes of the do-gooding

09 May 2016
By common efforts they provided baby cosmetics, food and supplies, that will help more than 30 newborns and their families. »

A vision for family policy was presented in Sofia

04 May 2016
During the conference, came up the idea for The Vision to become a part of National Children Strategy (2008-2018), whose actualization is... »


Metodi Stoyanov

Social Worker

My experience is diverse. In the social sphere in I have worked with children and parents at risk. I worked for the "Complex for social services for children and families - Plovdiv" and for the "Center of social rehabilitation and integration of children at risk - Plovdiv".   Personally, I have my values and I name the things by their real names. I very much appreciate the real friendship and I am happy that I have true friends. I have a lovely daughter who... »
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