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The President of the Republic of Estonia agreed to be Estonian Agrenska Foundations patron


The President Kersti Kaljulaid visited Tammistu Family centre with her team again on 04.10.2019 to attend a autumn work day outside. She and her team helped with some rakeing, diging and mowing greating a better look in Tammistu manor house park.

President Kaljulaid accepted on 16.07.2018 the Peace of Westphalia Prize on behalf of Estonia. The President of the Republic has decided to use the prize money to support the efforts of the Estonian Agrenska Foundation and the Anti-bullying School Programme.

“For Estonia, receiving the Peace of Westphalia Prize in the year of our hundredth anniversary for our contribution to the democratic and peaceful development of Europe represents a huge privilege,” said President Kaljulaid today in Münster at the official price awarding ceremony.

The President of the Republic of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid visited Tammistu Family centre on 17.08.2017 and agreed to be our patron.

Press release –

The article in Postimees –

Good news from Ott Lepland!


Ott Lepland and Fanvestory will both give 1% share in the songs’ royalties to the Estonian Agrenska Foundation, a modern counseling and development centre for children with disabilities and for their families. Ott has a long-term relationship with the foundation and he strongly believes in their cause. Read more about the project –

We are very thankful to Ott Lepland and OÜ Fanvestory for believing in us!

The project “Fight for Ability!” ended


Estonian Agrenska Foundations project “Fight for Ability!” ended on 28th of February 2015.

The project was supported by the NGO Fund of EEA Grants, which is operated by Open Estonian Foundation.

The project brought together organisations that are intrested or already involved to contribute for solving the employment of young people with special needs – to avoid that a significant group of population otherwise will be cut off from contributing to the society. As a result of activities, the knowledge and courage of civil society organisations to successfully negotiate over creation of work-centers for the target group, increased.

To read more about the project goals and results click here.

Tammistu manor

Near Tartu (app 15km) is located one of the Tartu countys late classical manor houses. Tammistu manor´s main house is from the beginning of 18th century. Now in almost fully renovated manorhouse an organisation – Estonian Agrenska Foundation – operates there since 2009. The Foundation organizes different events, seminars, conferences, respite camps and family stays in the old manor house and as well in barn-concert hall. The premises are as well avaliable for rent and for different events.

More information about barn-concert hall and manor house:

527210853637175 or 7319507; e-mail

Barn-concert hall is very suitable for concerts, plays, weddings, conferences and seminars.