The road from our village, Pisky, to the nearest city, Bobrovistya is surrounded by vast farmlands, seemingly as big as the ocean, where you can see no end of it, just a tractor disappearing at the horizon. The road we are travelling seems endless, as there are no changes in our near surroundings. But then,
Boas and Mirjam brought bags full of warm knitwear and shoes, which are now in Friend's House. Maksim and Kristina had the honour of carrying the knitwear into our warehouse. Great - we will not be cold this winter, the kids said.Here is their greeting:Thank you! The socks come to good use here. We remember
A nice and curious boy kept us company on the flight from Stockholm to Kyiv. He liked to sit next to the window. We are thankful to Ukrainian International Airlines for the free extra baggage. The flight was nice and the Customs asked no questions this time.We had several meetings in Kyiv today and are
Our fundraising “Warm winter” runs between November 7th and November 23rd. You can make the cold winter warmer for a child.Your help is needed now, as frost is creeping to the homes.At bedtime, the children put their woolen socks, cardigans and thick trousers on. They hug a hot-water bottle for warmth and hide under the
The kids have many nice activities in Friend's House during the autumn holiday. Viktor and Katya drive the bumpy country roads to visit families in need. Our hostess Tanya washes the windows before "Father Frost" comes.
Friend's House offers interesting and fun shared activities for the entire week. The Friends House is a dear place to many vulnerable kids in times of need. Here they get to experience God’s care for them through our staff; in the shape of warm embraces, a cup of hot tea and one, or many, sandwiches.
Yesterday we went together with Viktor Pavlovitj, our manager in Piski, to visit a family. The mother is dead so the dad lives alone with the two daughters, 6 and 8 years old. They need our help to get ready for the new school term. They need backpacks, clothes, shoes and school supplies. We brought