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Spring seeds provide food for the year

Our annual spring action is now starting and continues to the 31st of March. The money collected will buy seeds, plants, chickens and geese, pigs, calves… for poor families with children.

In our small village Pisky, growing food is no hobby – it’s a necessity.

The prices are soaring, and many families cannot even buy the basics. When spring comes, the families should buy seeds, plants, chickens, geese, turkeys, pigs and calves. Their own patches provide food for the table. Unless they sow the seeds and buy the poultry in the spring, they will have no food next winter.

The villagers are already busy preparing to sow. Your help is needed right now.

Comments from last spring – your help made this possible

– We had tiny ducks and chickens. I gave them food and water.
/ Arsen, 7
– Our calf turned into a cow. We had the calf last year, and now it gives us milk.
/ Dima, 12
– We had a good harvest last autumn and made a lot of preserves.
/ Sveta, 12


Would you like to participate – the spring action means a lot to the families, especially the children.

Price examples:

  • One Euro buys two chickens. One family needs 25 to 30 chickens.
  • Two Euros buy ten plants (tomato, cabbage, beetroot…).
  • Three Euros is enough for a goose.
  • The overall seed package costs about 20 Euros.
  • A pig costs about 55 Euros.
  • A calf costs about 110 Euros.

All donations are welcome and valuable.

Photos from 2018

Would you want to help? Make your donation today!

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The bank account in Ukraine
Bic code (Swift) ICBIUAUKXXX
Name of the bank: PIRAEUS BANK ICB, JSC
Address of the bank: 8 Illinska, 04070 Kyiv
Name of beneficiary: Charity Org. Haver
Post address: 174060 Ukraine
Purpose: Charity

The bank account in Sweden
Children’s Embassy/ Barnens Ambassad
Account Nr (IBAN) SE 69 9500 0099 6026 0415 3987
BIC-Code (SWIFT-address) NDEASESS

What I wish? What my dream is?

Warm and pretty shoes that won’t be wet through in snow.
/ Sonya, 10

Can this be a child’s dream in our time? Yes it can, if we listen.
Join the Warm winter campaign    https://childrensembassy.com/current-campaign/

Warm Winter

Winter is coming. It’s colder outside every day. My mother has two sons. I can see how worried she is because she cannot buy us winter coats and boots.
It would be great if you could help us buy them.
Vladik, 14

https://childrensembassy.com/current-campaign/

 

 

You can make the cold winter warmer for a child in Ukraine

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 blankets, but it is still cold.

https://childrensembassy.com/current-campaign/

Family Golod lost everything in fire

At 4 am on 24th September, the parents woke up to the smell of smoke. They had only recently moved into this house, and now it was on fire. Everything burnt down. The children were staying overnight with their grandmother, and the parents were miraculously saved.
A caring neighbour gave an old house for this young family to stay in. The family does not want to surrender, but to re-build their house. The children suffer from the situation.
The family turned to Children’s Embassy. Their urgent need is for wood, the children’s clothes, shoes, bedlinen – actually everything, for they have nothing now.
Sasha and Slavik were quick to help their classmate who lost his home. Would you like to join Sasha and Slavik in their good work for Maxim and his family?

https://childrensembassy.com/join-in/urgent-needs/

Their first cake

Their first cake. Not their first cake today, this week or even this year. Their first cake. Ever. / Stuart

 

See the short video

 

The spring campaign is going on

Many families still need help

As many as 112 people have already been able to buy seeds and poultry, but there are still many who need pigs and plants. We find this the best way to help: the families can grow their food by themselves. Kitchen gardens, chickens, pigs and sometimes a cow are the main source of sustenance in the villages. Your help is much appreciated.
/ Katerina

Photo: Hannu Räsänen

Photo: Hannu Räsänen

Photo: Hannu Räsänen

Photo: Hannu Räsänen

Photo: Hannu Räsänen

Photo: Hannu Räsänen

Photo: Hannu Räsänen