Welcome to RICF's website. We hope you will find it informative and that you will be excited by the work we are doing for Romanian children, and wish to become involved.


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Information about RICF's projects in Romanian

Informatii despre proiectele FICR in limba romana

Our Vision 


RICF's vision is to provide loving families for abandoned or orphaned Romanian children. 

Our aim is to see children reunited with their immediate or extended families. 

Where this does not provide a solution, we place them with a Romanian foster family.

RICF Projects


Family Reunification

Children are placed with immediate or extended biological family with support from RICF

 ‘A Family for Me’

Children are placed with a Romanian foster family supervised by RICF's social workers

Independent Living

Mentoring, financial and educational support for young people to help them make the transition to independence
Professional development Guiding young people in their choice of professional development course and supporting them through their training and into their chosen career
Maternity Project Educating and supporting mothers at high risk of abandoning their babies, to prevent child abandonment
Darius Gabriel
December Update
Click here for recent news including board member Ruth's recent visit to Romania More ...
Ruth Barley
IT course participants
'All Change'  Invest in Education project - 'Introduction to IT'
This project has helped RICF's young people and foster carers develop their IT skills but has also helped build self esteem, new friendships and raise people's career aspirations. Read all about it here. More ...
SFAC trip 2016
October Update
Find out about SFAC's recent visit to Romania and the impact of our recent IT course. More ...
Ruth Barley