WHO WE ARE
We could not look on idly at what was happening. The beginning of the anti-terrorist operation in Luhansk and Donetsk regions was the impetus for us to create a charitable foundation. The activity of our charitable organization is aimed at direct help to the military personnel of the ATO zone, as well as to children from the frontline zones and displaced persons.
We are particularly concerned about the children who have had to endure the horror of war. They are like our own children to us, we know their dreams and try to make them come true. Your donations and humanitarian aid make it possible to send clothes, toys, books and hygiene products to children from the front zones. We try to make these kids happy on every holiday - Santa Claus hasn't left them! Our work is also aimed at supporting kindergartens and schools in Donetsk and Luhansk regions. We hold concerts and festivals to develop children culturally and introduce them to their peers from different regions of Ukraine.
We help seriously ill children and adults.
✔️To raise funds for drugs, consumables, and equipment for the treatment and rehabilitation of children and adults, including palliative care;
✔️Provide psychological support to families of seriously ill children and adults;
✔️To purchase equipment and consumables for medical institutions.
We help children without parental care and families in difficult circumstances.
✔️Prevent orphanhood by supporting families in crisis situations, including children and adults affected by domestic violence;
✔️To support the institution of foster parenting, providing assistance to foster families and family-type orphanages.
We help people with disabilities, attracting public attention to the problems of medical care, education, employment, accessibility of the environment for people with disabilities in Ukraine.
✔️To make accessible rehabilitation and inclusive education for children with disabilities by supporting the St. John's Center;
✔️To provide legal assistance to families of children with disabilities, including families of children in need of palliative care.