Back in Business

We told you we’d be back and I’m really excited to tell you that we are back big time! We have some very exciting news to share with you in the next days so stay tuned!

Ok, to begin with, since June our partnership with Special Olympics extended to our high school too, and we’ve been the liaison between the two. With the occasion of Kira Kegel’s visit, the Special Olympics Europe/Eurasia representive, and another secret project that is yet to be revealed, our school hosted a very interesting event.

The six of us made a presentation in order to show the progress of our blog and project in connection to Special Olympics. Before I post the many photos that we took, I would like to thank, once again, the Special Olympics team for supporting us and helping us fulfill our dreams. We would have never gone so far without their help, if they hadn’t believed in us all this time.

Here’s a gallery with all the photos we took, our teammate Alex presenting three of the Special Olympics athletes, Emilia, the Special Olympics coordinator and Kira Kegel, our guest. We hope you enjoy them! Please feel free to leave your feedback in the comment form below.




Friends and Volunteers

If you meet a person that spends his free time helping other people,doing it with pleasure and without receiving any money, you should know that he is a volunteer. A volunteer gives to persons who need his help, friendship and time, not because he MUST but because he WANTS to do this.

We think that teenagers can certainly change this world. We are young. We have an  open-minded attitude in front of all  things or persons that seem to not fit the norm.We have the courage to get involved. To prove you that this is true, we’ll tell you our story.