“When I was little, they told me that if I misbehaved I would go to an orphanage. A few years later, paradoxically, I chose this path myself,” recalls Naďa, who was taken from the family with her sister. “It was a difficult decision, but the situation was unbearable for a long time, our mom drank. I found out that the children’s facility is not a rehab. However, the truth is that some children perceive it that way. The beginnings were very difficult, but I always perceived the institutional care as a place where I could start all anew, I can develop and study at university. As the first person in my family. I wouldn’t dare to dream about it before. “
The Tereza Maxová Foundation supported Naďa during her studies, and after staying in the training apartment, Naďa is ready to pursue a new, independent life. “Currently, I am still in school and intensively dealing with my housing situation. Now is the time to leave the children’s home and enter a new stage of life, standing on my own feet. I have worries, but I believe I can make that step, although it will not be easy. But I will be even more proud of myself when I make it,” adds Naďa.
Together we will move the world and help more young people line Naďa to take their destiny in their own hands!