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A Child in Ukraine Need You

As long as it is day, we must do the works of him who sent me. Night is coming, when no one can work. As long as it is day, we must do the works of him who sent me. Night is coming, when no one can work.

Bible, Gospel of John, Chapter 9, verse 4

Weekly 32 – Read all about it!

Yesterday we started a new workweek with Bible reading and prayer. During the pandemic, we realized that the best thing we can do is read the Bible together and pray. We do this now every morning, so our day begins together. Read more

We lost our hearts to children in Ukraine

Ukraine was something new for us when at Christmas 2014 we wanted to see how people manage there in the midst of Crimean occupation and the war in the east. Mirjam and Boas Adolphi introduced us to some families, to Friend’s House, and to the Ukrainian Team. Since then, not one day has passed without remembering all these.

After our second trip to Ukraine, we participated in establishing the Finnish Children’s Embassy according to the model of the Swedish one. Read more

WEEKLY UPDATE – 31

It’s the first working day after the summer holiday. Almost the whole team is back.
We are planning our work – there’s much to do.

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Toward a better school year

CURRENT CAMPAIGN


It’s soon time to pack the rucksacks again. Ukrainian school children have a terrible year behind them: long periods of quarantine and varying distance education.

The mood was low in many homes; not everyone could buy cell phones and pay for Internet connections, and many lacked the skills necessary for participating online. The covid year destroyed a multitude of jobs, and many families have no money to buy clothes and shoes for their growing children. Link to current campaign