Those that end up in the FOCF are blessed because they are sure to receive considerably more care than in certain other institutions.
And what better way to promote the cause for Bulgaria's most vulnerable than with a charity concert, which FOCF hopes will trigger a stronger response from wider Bulgarian society?
In order to do that, of course, all their current "tenants" must find alternative accommodation or families to adopt them, Ivanka Shalapatova, director of FOCF, told The Sofia Echo.
With this effort, FOCF believe that more abandoned Bulgarian children will be given a new start with their new parents.
FOCF has set up a national hotline, 0700 188 22, where anyone interested in becominga foster parent may obtain information and professional advice from experts - psychologists and social workers.
FOCF are also asking for volunteers - people who can afford to offer a shoulder both financially and time-wise - because the experience will not only change the lives of the children but also "their own".