Tzuby’s Kids in Ukraine – humanitarian aid

Since the war started in Ukraine, more than 600,000 refugees have entered Romania. The flow has decreased significantly lately, and we have even noticed Ukrainian civilians crossing the border back to the country. In many parts of Ukraine there is an atmosphere of normalcy, often broken by sirens. A growing need, however, is for humanitarian…

Mina & Bella’s Adoption Story

“It was February 2015 when my phone pinged with a message that was hard to dismiss. As I scrolled through a flood of pictures I experienced a state of cuteness-overload; all these children in need of a family. But none were babies.” – remembers Naty Tully, the adoptive mother. Read the full story here. We…

How we did Online Support Groups during the COVID-19 pandemic

A few years ago, at Tzuby’s Kids, we started developing good practices regarding support groups and group therapeutic interventions for adopted or foster children. Every year, almost 50 children benefit from therapeutic intervention programs and their parents attended our support groups. When the isolation period began, we asked ourselves, “How can we be close to…