The plot is already in the second district, but the difficulty now is only five handicapped young people who have decided to build a house called Mikes Soul Home, where they can live with help but finally writes 444.
It will be Anna Leela Szalay, Zoltan Zakal, Kata Evges, Gabor Karoli and Zuka Nemeth who will definitely move into the apartment house that Nem Adom Fel will create to help with the current housing problems of people with disabilities. The two-story house will house ten residents on the ground floor, and there will be space on top for the development of children with autism.
The Non-Giving Up Foundation has already launched a fundraising campaign linked to the auction.
“We know the amount we need isn’t small, but we hope the goal is good because we don’t want something, we want to change people’s lives with it. It’s really a big problem that there are peers who can only take care of it until then. As long as their parents live, they want to be Able to move to a safe place where they have their own apartment, and they are also in the community, but there is also professional supervision,” said Szabolcs Papp, a spokesperson for the Nim Adom Phil Foundation.
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