You can make a donation to help us bring young people with disability out of institutions to lead a normal life in the community.

You can make a donation to help us bring young people with disability out of institutions to lead a normal life in the community.  Donate through PAYPAL or by sending a cheque made payable to our funding partners; Health Action Overseas, Carmichael House, North Brunswick St. Dublin 7, Ireland.



You can sign up to ‘sponsor a project’ and make a real difference to a young persons life.  Pay a small amount each month to help a young disabled person to leave an institution, get an education, find a job, live in their own home. Click PAYPAL.

Organise an event or participate in one; choose FVB as your ‘Cause’.  You can set up your own webpage on and get your friends and relatives to support your event.  Your event will help us to support young people like these 2 young women with disability participate in activities in the community.



Many people find that leaving a legacy to benefit others after they’ve gone is one of the most wonderful, rewarding experience of their lives.  You can go on making a real difference to a young disabled person by helping us to continue the work we do.  Leaving a legacy is something anyone can do regardless of their income; every legacy counts no matter how large or small.  To find out how, contact us.


Are you working in Romania?Are you paying tax here?Would you like to donate 2% of your tax to help bring young disabled people out of institutions,to live in the community?

You can donate 2% of your tax to HAO and make a difference to a young person’s life.



If you only got salary income…


If you also got any other type of income…


If you also got any other type of income…


Employing a person with disability makes good business sense.

If you are looking for a motivated employee who enjoys coming to work every day and who will stay in your company longer because they value having a job – employ a young person with disability.


Mr. Dan is a successful business man who employs 2 young people with disability in his company.

He believes you need a healthy supportive team to ensure  the successful employment of a young person with disability.

We at HAO support young people with disability to get a job and to keep it.  To do this we provide:

  • help to your company to identify possible employment opportunities for a person with disability;
  • an assessment of the skills needed for the job;
  • information to company employees on working with their disabled colleague;
  • ‘preparation for employment’ training to the young person;
  • a period of on-the-job coaching from one of FVB trainers to support the young person settle in and iron out any problems in the initial stages of employment;
  • a named contact person the employer can contact at any time.

For more information or to tell us about a vacancy in your company, contact us!


HAO was built on the skills and experience of the hundreds of volunteers who came to Romania to support our work.
We are extremely grateful for their generosity and commitment.


  1. Creative person: If you enjoy working creatively on the computer designing leaflets, newsletters and other publicity material – we would love to hear from you.  This position is available to anyone anywhere in the world with access to a computer and the internet.
  2. Fund raiser:  If you have some time to spare and can find your way around the internet – we need your help.

We welcome applications for voluntary work from Romanians living in Bucharest, Constanta or Galati where we run our programmes.

If you would like more information on any of the above, contact us!

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