For us at Blue Projects, the buildings are nothing without people, thus we consider our responsibility to support the communities in which we live and work. Over the years we have developed meaningful partnerships with NGOs and associations to create a positive impact for people and the environment.
Little People’s mission is to improve the quality of life for children and young people with cancer, by offering psychosocial support both during the hospitalization period and after, thus increasing the survival rate of this particular age group. The Little People initially started in one oncology center in the North Romania and is now present in every treatment and intervention center for cancer in Romania.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is the world’s leading personal development programme for young people aged between 14 and 24 years. Regardless of their background, economic or social background of the youngsters, the programme improves life quality and gives them a chance to excel and to be recognized internationally for it. Supported by the British royal family through HRH Prince Philip as Global Award patron the programme is now accessible to young people in Romania under the patronage of HRH Crown Princess Margareta of Romania.
ROSABA is the leading representative for South African companies doing business in Romania, and for Romanian business planning to expand to South Africa. Their mission is to support the South African companies, interested in expanding to Romania, to advance the interests and views of its members providing a reliable forum through which business persons come together and exchange information to promote and develop their mutual interests in Romania.
O Masa Calda has been operating since June 2013, when, in Cluj-Napoca, a handful of heartfelt people collected 100 lei, with which 50 hot meals were cooked, at the social canteen of Cluj-Napoca City Hall in the Museum Square. Gradually, they expanded their activities to other cities: Adjud, Bucharest, Bistrita, Constanța, Satu Mare and Zalău. Their hot meals reach children in daycare centers run by other non-governmental organizations, residents of adult shelter centers, but also vulnerable, homeless people.