Fair Trees Foundation ensures access to education for Georgian children through the ”LEGO Learning through play programme” – http://www.legofoundation.com/it-it/who-we-are/learning-through-play In May 2017 the Foundation donated LEGO bricks to more than 800 local children. The teachers of the local schools in Ambrolauri have received training from Save the Children, how to incorporate
Though our corporation between WWF Caucasus, we have established eco–clubs at the schools in Ambrolauri engaging and motivating children to learn more about the importance of protection of our environment. Summer 2015 the trip went to WWF Camp in Germany.
June 2014: Marianne Bols, founder of the Fair Trees concept, along with a delegation of German and Danish Fair Trees producers, showed strong social commitment at an impressive donation program taking place during the first week of June: Three Fair Trees scholarship students were each given a computer, a Fair
The international World Fair Trade Day, 12 May 2013: Fair Trees Foundation leads the way. 8 May 2013, children and pupils from Ambrolauri and Tlugi once again had the opportunity of receiving medical and dental services. The funds for this donation have been raised through sale of Fair Trees: For
"Wealthy though the Georgian language is, I cannot find the words to express my gratitude towards Marianne and Lars Bols that comes to me every single time I look at our newly renovated school building. Inside the school there are pupils and teachers who will always remember everything done by
In 2012, the World Fair Trade Day framed this year’s donation from Fair Trees Fund for Ambrolauri-Tlugi. This year as well as former years, children were the focus of the donation, which concentrated on public health and education. Thus, more than 600 children were offered a visit to the dentist’s
Donation August 2010 Colgate-Palmolive and LEGO® have contributed to this year’s donations in Ambrolauri-Tlugi. In connection with the cooperation between Bols Xmas Tree Fund and Colgate-Palmolive, the children in the area have received packets containing toothbrushes, toothpaste and games. At the same time, the Bols Xmas Tree Fund has established
Donation Easter 2009 At Easter 2009, the Bols Xmas Tree Fund could for the first time go to Georgia bringing a donation. The donations were given to three schools in the poor rural districts of Georgia, where the children were taught in rooms with no doors, allowing the cold wind