The activity of Peter Maffay Foundation in Romania started at the beginning of 2009, with the newly-founded Romanian foundation – Tabaluga Foundation, which bought the land of the old parish house of the Evangelical community in Roadeș, with its buildings, comprising about 6,500 m2. The goal was to create a new “shelter for children”. Just like in the Ca’n Llompart farm from Mallorca Island, traumatised children would find in Roadeș a holiday place, away from their day-to-day cumbersome life.
Today, this therapeutic objective has been long achieved. Approximately 300 children and teenagers from Germany, Spain and Romania spend therapeutical holidays and take a break from their destiny there, every year.