It is always such an encouragement to have volunteers join us in loving these precious babies and children! We recently had a team of 7 from Virginia, and what a blessing they were to us and the little ones we serve, and how special for Kayla to have her parents here! From taking care of […]
Today, March 8 on International Women’s Day, we want to thank all the women who have been, are currently, and in the future will be involved with Firm Foundations Romania!
When we aren’t busy working in our various projects, we here at FFR enjoy getting together for a fun evening with our volunteers. With the Winter Olympics just recently on, we got inspired to host our own little Olympic party.
We love hearing the stories and experiences of our volunteers who come from all over the world to love and help the babies and children in Romania. David and Hazel Martin have been helping with our After School Program, and we asked them to share a little about how they came to Romania and the […]
Are you looking for something new this year? Have you ever considered volunteering with FFR long term? We would love to have you join our team! In addition to hospital shifts, there is also opportunity to assist with Kids Club, After School Program, Teen Mums, sorting and organizing donations, welcoming short term volunteers, and a […]
Through our work in the Brasov Children’s Hospital, we have the opportunity to care for and love many babies and children. Some we know well and have watched them grow up back and forth between their home and the hospital since shortly after birth, and others are only in for a few days here and […]
I was always that person who gave money to missions, prayed for missionaries and encouraged others to go on missions. I always said, “Some people are called to go but I am called to hold down the fort”. This all changed about five years ago when I met a sweet woman from England. She told […]
Long term volunteers are those who come for longer than three months, and often end up staying for at least a year or longer. They give up living near family in order to be able to serve the people in Romania, they sacrifice the comforts of home to be in a foreign country because God […]
English is a universal language; but after years of working with volunteers, we’ve learned that some words are not as universal. One example we run into in the hospital is that in America babies wear diapers, but in England babies wear nappies. Steffi, our German, decided to quiz Australia, England, and America to help us all learn a few more words and become more universal in the English language!
In addition to providing love to the babies in the hospital, our volunteers also provide much needed laughter and smiles! How can you help by giggle when you see these two clowns. Thanks girls for providing entertainment to the kids in the hospital, the staff, and to all of us! You are both amazing!
Str. Dealul de Jos 18A
Braşov, 500080 România
- Singing and Sharing the Message of Hope and Redemption June 21, 2018
- Babies, Children, Donations, and Building Project Fills Up a Week! June 7, 2018
- Goodbye Sarah Peters! May 31, 2018