Founded in 2007, Casa do Pequeno Cidadão Nossa Senhora Aparecida (“House of the Little Citizen Our Lady Aparecida”), is a social organization without lucrative purpose with undetermined duration, and educational and training goals.
Casa do Pequeno Cidadão’s project came about and was inspired by a pastoral movement in the community of Paróquia Nossa Senhora de Fátima da Vila Leopoldina in São Paulo. Seeing the reduced amount of out-of home care services to meet the demands of the region, Nossa Senhora de Fátima’s community held beneficiary campaigns and events to implant an out-of-home residential care service for children and adolescents zero to 17 years and 11 months old, supporting their families of origin and/or substitute families. This is the “House of the Little Citizen Our Lady Aparecida” today. Currently, the House has cared for over 148 children and adolescents. All of them were sent through legal Brazilian entities: Varas da Infância e da Juventude, and in emergency situations, Conselhos Tutelares, in accordance with the Estatuto da Criança e do Adolescente (“Statute of the Child and Adolescent”).
ABOUT THE YOUNG CITIZEN DORMITORY
The República Jovem Cidadão (“Young Citizen Dormitory”) was inaugurated in December of 2018 and cares for up to six male young adults.
Kit Higiene FemininoR$32,00
Basic Items – SPR$48,40
Basic Items – Urgent CampaignA partir de R$44,00
Cleaning Kit PlusA partir de R$49,90
Basic ItemsA partir de R$37,00