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10 children's homes regularly
children to improve their personal development
sports, cultural and social activities
summer camps and weekend stays
foster parents and single-parent families
Why am I a fairy? Because being a fairy is a mission. It has become a new way of life to me now. I meet great and positive people. It also means constantly leaving the comfort zone, which sometimes hurts, but improve your personal development. And most importantly, I have a lot of wonderful children around me, whom I can help and at the same time be inspired by them.
The Good Fairies gave me the opportunity to spend time meaningfully. I look forward to every week. I also met great friends, had experiences and opportunities to try lots of new things. Every time I leave the children's home I'm happy and with a smile on my face as this time spent with children and Fairies is the best way for me to relax and forget about all worries.
It is practically impossible to summarise in three sentences what the Fairies mean to me. It's my second big family. From an early age, I dreamt of helping children. And that came true for me thanks to Good Fairies. In addition, the Fairies are helping me. Now I know for sure what my mission is and in which direction I want to go in my life. Spontaneous laughter and joy in children's eyes are simply the most. Fairies are real, permanent and unconditional friends. This is friendship forever. 😊
Originally I just wanted to help Good Fairies to organise an auction then a charity run. It was with no contact with children but even those activities gave me a great feeling. Then we came up with a charity calendar. But to take the pictures for the calendar I had to go and meet the children and that's how it happened… You go once and you're in! Because of that huge need for love you must come back.
I look for overlaps in my life. At work, in sports, while traveling, in business.
So, when I came across Good Fairies, I became one of them.
When adults suffer in life, it's sad. But when children suffer, it is unfair and it is unforgivable. And if we fairies (and fairy boys 😊) help at least a few children see the light again, it's worth it. And that makes Fairies unique. As they do much more than buying Lego and that’s the overlap.
I wanted to get involved and help children from children’s homes for a long time and Good Fairies’ mission – giving children their time, attention and loving hugs – thrilled me. On my first visit there were shy sights and gentle mutual checking out but after meeting also the older children there were warm hugs and I knew I wanted to come back. If I can please, inspire, motivate and help somebody, especially children with difficult fate, it just makes sense and I feel good. 😊
It started with tutoring in one of the children’s homes... And I ended up helping with fundraising activities. Because when something makes sense, it fulfills me and I thoroughly enjoy it. Even though I understand the possible fear of confrontation with children’s misfortune, our meetings with the children are often full of joy and hope that they will follow their dreams and will be happy. If we believe in them and provide them with sufficient support, they can do more than they think. That’s why the Good Fairies are here and why I’m one of them.
I just felt the urge to give back the skills and education that I got practically "for free". Plus, I believe in the old american "you can be anything!" mentality. Whether it’s true or not, the children from children’s homes need to hear it more than anybody. Everyone can give their time and support. And when it is beneficial for both parties... there is nothing to think about.
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