Left behind at some point in your life?
Not enough to take part of something?
Simply excluded?

If the answer was yes to any of these questions, then you surely understand how it feels to be left broken and confused.

Since the end of the Bosnian war, many families have been facing poverty and do not receive any support from the government. Charity Bosnian Kids supports children who are disadvantaged by poverty and whose families cannot afford school lunches. When a child cannot take part of daily school lunches, they experience not only hunger but discrimination. Exclusion and discrimination have long-term consequences on mental and physical health of individuals: anxiety, fear, sadness, depression and a feeling of guilt and emptiness leaving them confused and broken. A person who is excluded feels less than fully human, even more at a young age when children are still building their personality and character.

Despite having raised enough funds for 200 kids, we still have 100 kids being left behind for the school year starting in September 2020. Exclusion during school lunches is not only unpleasant to the child but also to school directors, teachers and parents. With €9 you can provide a child a daily lunch in school for a whole month and for €70 for a whole year.

We still have the summer left to make sure no child will be left behind in the next school year. So please help us help them and join our campaign by making a donation and sharing with family and friends.