Make children's winter warmer

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You can make a difference for a child in Ukraine

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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

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



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.

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?

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

Thank you for helping with the spring work!

When we gathered the crops last year, our family always remembered you. The seeds and plants yielded plenty, and our big family had vegetables all through the winter. We are now working for the new crops.
/ Oksana