100 children with special needs will benefit of 12 free hydrotherapy sessions at the Tony Hawks Rehabilitation Center in the capital.
The support was given by the Democratic Party of Moldova deputy, Constantin Ţutu.
Andrei is one of the children practicing swimming at the Tony Hawks Center. He has fallen in love with this kind of sport. Now, his dream is to represent Moldova at the international paralympic competitions.
Parents say they are happy with the center's services.
The management of the Center is pleased that there will be more children with special needs among the beneficiaries.
The deputy Constantin Tutu said that he will continue to support the children with special needs.
The Center is a non-governmental and non-profit organization, founded in 2000 with the support of British writer and actor Tony Hawks. Currently over 500 children benefit from recovery programs at the Tony Hawks Center.