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Support education of children whose parents have been killed or injured in military service!

Support education of children whose parents have been killed or injured in military service!

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Little Carolin was just a few weeks old when she saw her father for the first and last time. Arre Illenzeer was home on leave from a mission in Iraq, saw his daughter Carolin, went back and was killed. The Carolin Illenzeer Fund was set up to support children whose parents have paid a high price to ensure the safety of the Estonian people.

There are 66 children on the Fund’s list who have a parent who has been killed or seriously injured while serving in the Estonian Defence Forces. Ten children have already grown out of the Fund and started living on their own. We support all the children of the Fund with a school bag grant in September, provide a regular grant for hobby education and offer scholarships for university students. Our young people have studied at Viljandi Cultural Academy, Tallinn University, the Academy of Security Sciences and universities outside Estonia. With our support, the children play basketball, football and handball, go horse riding and cycling, practice judo, wrestling, art, music and languages.

Today, there is a war in Ukraine and we can safely say that the families supported by the Carolin Illenzeer Fund have made a contribution to ensure that there is peace in Estonia.

The patron of the Fund is President of the Republic of Estonia Alar Karis.

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The objective of the Carolin Illenzeer Fund is to raise support for the education of children of soldiers who have been killed or seriously injured in the Estonian Defence Forces. The Fund’s activities are based on caring and good will and help cover the education costs of children of the members of the Defence Forces who fought for Estonia or support their hobby activities.

The organisation is a part of the non-governmental organisation income tax incentive. For more information on taxation and donations, read more at: Donating and taxes.

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