Lastega ja lastele

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Our activities

The SEB Heategevusfond (Charity Fund) was created to support children whose parents don’t care about them. The Fund’s goal is to cooperate with social institutions to improve the situation of the children left without parental care for various reasons. Donations can be used to support the age-appropriate development of children and help them cope in their future lives.

  • We use the money we raise for various projects, supporting substitute homes and safe houses, which help children who are in danger or have been left without care. Thereby, we help them to create better and more equal opportunities for the children staying there, because substitute homes alone cannot offer everything that is natural for children raised at home. The money collected goes to support all children at substitute homes and safe houses. Read more
  • Support services are designed for families in which the children are adopted, in foster care, or under the care of a family on a contract basis. Since 2011, in cooperation with MTÜ Oma Pere, we have been supporting children deprived of parental care by way of counselling families, which includes therapeutic work and supporting the child while he is settling into his new family. Since 2013, the Ministry of Social Affairs has used public procurements to fund the development and implementation of support services. Families and children can partake in counselling services in Narva, Kohtla-Järve, Pärnu, Tartu, and Tallinn.
    Families can ask for advice in the Internet environment or via the counselling hotline, meet a supervisor who has experience in raising an adopted child or foster child, and also participate in group counselling sessions and training days, and contact a psychologist, if necessary. Read more
  • The scholarship helps children in special situations acquire a better education and engage in their favourite pastime. Through the scholarship programme, we want to offer children and young people without parental care equal opportunities and support them in coping with learning and starting independent lives. We began handing out scholarships in 2012, including a sports scholarship, which in 2013 will be expanded to a hobby activity scholarship. From 2013, young mothers, too, will be eligible to apply for study scholarships. Read more
  • The international Mentor programme focuses on prevention of drug and alcohol abuse by young people and promoting welfare among them. The mentees of the programme are children aged 11 to 18 who belong to risk groups. Read more


Participate Thank you, if you have already supported our charity programme or if you are going to do it in the future! Sign a standing payment order contract in SEB Internet Bank for 3 euros a month or support with a single donation.