The camp's residents need help

We feed the refugees in Lesbos!

The residents of Camp Moria 2.0. face enormous problems on a daily basis, but these cannot be resolved if they do not relieve their hunger first. Every meal you purchase will increase our capacity. Our dream is to be able to deliver meals to everyone every day.

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We already have :
38,022 PLN
We need:
38,000 PLN

Meet the people
whose lives we’ve been changing


Thanks to your continued support we have been able to open new branches of 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 present the stories of our patients, news from regions, in which we provide help, and important information about the foundations’ activities. Use the filters to easily find information about specific projects or the main pillars of our activity.


It is thanks to you that Marie Claire’s life has changed

There’ s hardly any need to introduce this gorgeous young lady to you. You have already made one big dream come true for Marie Claire. Four years ago, thanks to you, the girl started walking. You financed her operation on a deformed knee joint and a trip to a neighbouring country for treatment. Today, the […]

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Time for School for All!

Thanks to you, hot, nutritious meals for the most vulnerable residents of the refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos are prepared daily at Home for All. We are developing Homeland, a small farm where refugees are learning to cultivate the land and find their first jobs. The same with the olive oil mill, […]

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Life Investment saves lives every day

One of the main pitfalls in addressing the issue of hunger is to speak about it in an impersonal manner. It then becomes an abstract phenomenon, difficult to understand for people who have refrigerators and eat at least one meal every day. Hunger does not exist beyond the people who endure it, and these people […]

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Hot news from Burkina Faso

Hot news from the Good Factory tailoring workshop in Burkina Faso! The 14 trainees, who have been learning the profession of seamstress for three years, have just taken their final exams. It was not easy. The first theoretical part showered the candidates with a barrage of questions. The next, practical part, involved taking measurements and […]

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A new school year begins in Gourcy

For the past four years, the Good Factory has been working to provide equal opportunities for the poorest people in the village of Gourcy in northern Burkina Faso. We train them in agriculture, run tailoring workshops and teach adults how to read and write. But that is not all. We also help the youngest residents […]

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Today a few words about those who are most neglected

Today, we want to dispel the myth of a man fleeing his homeland, who instead of fighting for its freedom, gets on a dinghy and takes flight. He sets off with his mobile phone in his hand, and from the moment he sets foot on European soil, he is no longer a coward, but a […]

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The time has come to say goodbye to Albertine

It is time to say goodbye to Albertine. She was very conscious about her passing. She died with a smile on her face and her last words were to the hospice staff: “You can go now. God is leading me to a beautiful peace’. Our 17-year-old patient died a few moments ago. She left us […]

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