Our Foundation implements the projects and programs that are truly needed for families, children and young people for their better future here in Ukraine, on their native land.
In particular, we would like to summarize the results of the “Helping Hands” project that aims to help mothers who find themselves in difficult life circumstances and who find it difficult to overcome them on their own. Therefore, we would like to help these mothers and their children to some extent.
Thus, thanks to the support of charity providers from Spain, the 10 mothers, who are supervised by our Foundation, were able to obtain household items and thus improve their family situation and prepare for the new academic year.
The mothers received the following items: kitchen sets, pots, 2 refrigerators, 1 washing machine, 1 sofa bed, towel sets, down blankets, bedding sets, pillows, children's underwear, socks, children's bodysuits, school backpacks as well as some stationary (colored pencils, pencils, felt-tip pens, colored paper, albums, paints, erasers).
Indeed, such support is also needed in order to preserve family, without the risk of separating mother and child, which is very important for us and we share this view at the Foundation.
We are convinced that our Foundation is on the right track as we can help meet the needs of those who are facing certain challenges in their lives and are unable to take care of themselves on their own.
Our Foundation team would like to thank the Spanish charity providers, namely: the Virgen Buen Suceso Greek Catholic Church in Madrid, p. Ivan Lipca, p. Volodymyr Neyluk, the parishioners of the Arguelles Greek Catholic Church, and Getafe Alcala de Henares for a good mission and support for such an important project.
We are happy for the mothers, who feel the support of indifferent people and continue to fight for their better future and åðó future of their children, despite their previous bitter and lonely childhood. And we see every mother's effort to give her children what they themselves couldn't get in their childhood, as they were in the care of residential institutions.
We believe that everything will be fine!