Romania Project 2 - Comanesti


Full information and details on how you can support the project are here.

Update 8 November: The playground is now complete! We are so pleased with what has been achieved. Mayor delighted ... not to mention the school and, of course, the children, who you can see enjoying the playground here!

Working with a team supplied by Habitat for Humanity,  Calin Rezmuves is there (pictured here with Romanian Director of Habitat … Roberto Patrascoiu), and enjoying seeing Flame’s hopes and dreams become a reality.

This provision will make a huge difference in the lives of the children who live in this community, and we are thankful to all of you who have supported this project.

Full detail is included on this page, and there is still time to donate - view the details here.

We have established a great working relationship with Habitat for Humanity who will be providing help with the construction, which will be built adjacent to a school in a deprived area near Bacau.

Background to the playground project

It was in 2020 that Flame Trust built a playground for children with physical and mental disabilities at a home in Sighet, Maramures in Romania (see more here on this first project).

Successfully directed and delivered by Calin Rezmuves, also from Romania, a new playground was constructed - on budget, and to a very high standard. It received National acclaim, and was featured on TV.

The second project will again be directed by Calin, but will be also in partnership with ‘Crai Nou’ public kindergarten and Habitat for Humanity.

The Kindergarten has 128 children – many with learning difficulties and from challenged backgrounds - in a very poor neighbourhood of COMANESTI – a small town near to BACAU. The school has systematically been excluded from investment by the local municipality over many years. 

The building itself is very old and although it used to enjoy a playground facility, this was dismantled so as not to cause an accident for the children.

Construction will begin in the second half of 2022. There is a large plot of land that will be used for this purpose, and the recreational facilities will feature swings and other suitable  equipment, rest areas and spaces for external therapy.

Please consider whether this is something that you and/or your fellowship could support.  Full information and details on how you can support the new project are here.