About Us

Who we are

“In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change in one state of a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large dierences in a later state”

We are a UK based charitable organisation with the aim to prevent or relief of poverty for the public benefit. With this in mind we build centres which would be the main hub for providing free telecare services for elderly people, a safe place for those who suffered domestic violence or went through life changing event.

We know, that Million Dreams International cannot solve poverty, family, child abuse and ageing society alone. However we are strongly determined to take small steps which might cause later a larger dierences.

MDI

What we do

There are a variety of charitable purposes which are directed towards the relief of those in need, by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial or other disadvantage. This includes relief given by the provision of accommodation and care to such persons.

Our purpose and mission is to connect people around the world and make dreams come true. Working together, we invest in the lives of children and youth, build the healthy environments they need to thrive, and empower them to create lasting change in their own lives and communities.

We support families, that went through life changing events and older people by mobilising essential resources needed for their care.

Senior people

Our services supporting older people to live fulfilled lives The senior population is growing throughout the world exponentially, outpacing the resources available to serve vulnerable older adults and putting their health and well-being in jeopardy. MDI effectively addresses the challenges of ageing by promoting health and improving quality of life for at-risk seniors. By leveraging and increasing the existing network, we will not only keep seniors healthy and independent at home, where they want to be, but with our help we save millions by keeping them out of more costly healthcare alternatives. Our grants service provides financial help in the form of one-off grants and regular allowances for people of state retirement age. The aim of the service is to help relieve the stress and worry often experienced by those living on a low income. Those who qualify receives daily care from our organisation. We welcome those in our MDI Centre who has temporary difficulties to overcome unexpected financial and medical situations. We will operate medical support in our centre.

Children

a) Child protection Childhood should mean love, not violence. We help children by building loving communities that protect and heal children to prepare them for a brighter future. b) Disaster management Children are the most vulnerable of all when disaster strikes. That’s why we’re committed to protecting them with access to food, clean water, and shelter. c) Economic development Children eat better food and attend school regularly when their family’s livelihood is more secure and resilient. That’s why we aim to empower a sense of hope for a better future by promoting stability. d) Education All children have the right to lead productive and fulfilling lives. We help make this happen by supporting them with an inclusive, quality education for life in a nurturing and safe learning environment.

MDI Centre

We aim to open a centre every year in different countries. We start with Hungary due to the relatively low property prices, the stable political system and the multinational environment in Budapest and its suburban area. What will we do in our centre Provide mental, legal and financial support to families and victims of domestic violence. We aim to offer a safe environment that victims of domestic violence can use to get away from the perpetrator. The farther, the better. We are on the view that the safest solution for those who were involved in domestic violence in the UK is to be temporarily as far as possible from the person who committed the crime. Each resident is assigned to a solicitor when they enter our centre. Residents and their children are provided with several opportunities to attend support groups and other special activities throughout their stay.
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