Meet the people
whose lives we’ve been changing


Thanks to your continued support we have been able to open new branches of the Good Factory and produce good in places where we can help save someone’s health or life. Read about the results of our activities below!

We share the stories of our patients, news from regions in which we provide help, and important information about the foundation’s activities. Use the filters to easily find information about specific projects or the main pillars of our activity.


Laudie and Paper Memories: A Story of Struggling with Loneliness

“No one visits me. Fuel is expensive. They probably have no way to come,” explains the 80-year-old. She very much wants to believe that this is the only reason. She hesitates for a moment. Finally, she shakes her head and pushes away unwanted thoughts. She smiles again. Laudie holds a shoebox in her hand. When […]

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Even wars have their rules

At the Good Factory Foundation, we believe that defending independence and one’s own territory must not involve putting thousands of civilians in the crossfire. The fight against a terrorist group must not turn into a bloody revenge with civilians as victims. As a result of the current armed conflict in the Middle East, the need […]

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A Child’s Grey Hair – Extreme Malnutrition Still Exists: Boaze’s story

“This is a much older person in this picture.” “And what, his hair colour just changed from grey to black?” “Photoshopped or colours redone by artificial intelligence, a child’s hair doesn’t look like that.” Boaze from Ntamugenga hasn’t eaten for days and his hairstyle is the last thing on his mind. In general, we would […]

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Let’s Give Children the Best. Not Leftovers, but Good Quality Food

Most children, like Mugisha, ask for more. Firstly because they are hungry as hell. Secondly, it’s been a long time since they ate something of such excellent quality and so nutritious. Also, they simply love it. And we need to be clear about this – just because someone is in need doesn’t mean they should […]

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New Camp in Lesbos – Safety or Risk for Refugees?

The unpaved road stretches for kilometres and winds down the mountainous slopes. It cuts through bone-dry pine forests. From here to Mitylena, the island’s capital, it is more than 40 kilometres. To any sign of civilisation – more than 10. Out of sight, out of mind of all outsiders, a gigantic new refugee camp is […]

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Help a little girl utter her first sentence

Speech therapy for Gisele

Gisele's mother has not been able to find the reason why Gisele does not speak and experiences seizures during which she falls, becomes rigid and cries. Lack of money for diagnostics meant that she could only wait for the seizures to pass. We could not accept such powerlessness.

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