Unemployment, poverty, crime, violence, and alcoholism are commonplace in several Katowice areas. Children and teenagers growing up under such circumstances frequently face educational gaps, social development deficits, and behavioural issues, occasionally turning to violence. The organisation "House of Guardian Angels" has taken on the critical duty of stopping this destructive cycle. They provide a variety of programmes, such as psychiatric help, educational assistance, vocational training, and leisure activities. Furthermore, this group is actively committed to the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Their work is dependent on the generosity of donors like you. Your help is more than simply a donation; it is a beacon of hope for these Polish children and families. We're all working together to provide them options, assistance, and a chance to break free from the cycle of poverty and violence. Thank you for making a difference in the lives of these children and helping them to have a brighter future.
In some districts of Katowice, crime, alcoholism, unemployment and poverty are everyday problems. Children in particular suffer in these living conditions. They have gaps in their education and lag behind in their development. Behavioural disorders and a propensity towards violence are common side effects.