Twenty children from low-income families at the age from 10 to 18 years have participated in the children’s creative integration camp Latvian creative woodworks.

During the camp, the children are taught Latvian woodworking. Cooking art was chosen as the main activity, as well as learning various types of rural labour – gardening and agriculture, which will allow to develop practical skills and to use them in later life, cultivating and improving them. Russian-speaking children are taught the Latvian language, and Latvian-speaking children – the Russian language; this help them to communicate with each other, as well as to maintain contacts.

LNK Charity Fund’s support: EUR 800.