How it all started

The year is 1996. I am about to enter an orphanage in Prague 4, unaware of what I would be confronted with and the emotions that would be triggered once I was exposed to the tragic lives of the children I would meet.

I have been very fortunate in my life, having achieved success in my career at an early age and having always been surrounded by a loving and caring family. Why is that the case and why do these children not have this love? Why do some children have to suffer for the irresponsible actions of their parents for the rest of their lives?

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Sincere thanks to Misha / hair studio

Misha / hair studio uses what it does best to support women from shelter homes at the start...

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Childhood Without Violence

We are delighted to instigate such an exceptional project as Childhood Without Violence.

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Supporting the Children's Crisis Centre

The Children's Crisis Centre has been providing professional therapy to abused, abused, neglected...

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Thank you for supporting us in 2019.

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Project Rozjedu to!: friendly tournament for children and sport personalities

Tereza Maxová Foundation and ŠKODA AUTO, a.s., partnered on this project to motivate children...

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SVOBODA & WILLIAMS CUP for children in need

The charity proceeds of CZK 265,100 will support the mission of the Tereza Maxová Foundation...

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The Childhood Without Violence provides therapy for children in regions

Therapeutic care for children and families traumatized by domestic violence will be newly available...

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Charity breakfast at the ING Bank

Charity breakfast at the ING Bank raised CZK 67,568 to support the tutoring of children in...

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Hard Rock Cafe suppports music therapy for abandoned children

We were happy to accept the donation of USD 6,478 for toddlers from the Children's Center at...

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100 years of voting rights: Harper's Bazaar Czech Republic supported women in the shelter homes

A limited collection of T-shirts raised CZK 200,592 to support disadvantaged mothers involved...

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