Yes, it was a merry Christmas for many poor families in our area in Ukraine. It was made merry by all you who donated for the Christmas campaign. Many poor families were able to offer festive meals for their children. / Boas Adolphi
Ukraine celebrated Christmas twice: on December 24th by the Gregorian calendar and on January 7th by Julian calendar. The campaign is over now, and we thank all who donated. ”I was deeply touched when I handled the photos and translated the families’ messages of gratitude. I saw shopping bags full of basic foodstuffs: oil, flakes, flour, fish, eggs, and some sausage for the Olivie salad. You made a feast for the families. Thank you!” / Mirjam Adolphi
Thank you for your help Thank you so much for helping my family. Thank you for the food for New Year and Christmas. We needed help badly and are happy to have food for the festive season. / Mother Natalia
Many thanks for the food and all help that I and my children had in our time of distress. You are kind and good people. I hope you have success in everything you do. I also wish you a happy new year. I am grateful to you for everything. / Mother Nastya
Thank you for the Christmas feast!
My children and I are happy to have a feast. We wish to greet you on Christmas and wish you a happy new year. We hope you have health, happiness and all good things. May the Lord bless you! 💕
/ Mother Natalya Photo: Katerina
Thank you, that we also can have a feast
I believed that there would be no New Year celebration for my children this time. My husband is very ill and we need all the money we have for his medicines. Thank you so much for providing food for the Christmas season. We have enough food now, and the children are happy. They were waiting for New Year and Christmas so much. We wish you a happy New Year and Christmas – the birthday of Christ.
/ Mother Viktoria Photo: Katerina Voloshin
P.S. Ukraine celebrates Christmas on January 7th according to the Julian calendar. It is the last day of our Christmas campaign.
We are grateful for your help at Christmas
I wish to express my family’s gratitude. We were short on food, but you provided food for the festive season. Thank you for this gift. May God bless you! / Mother Xenia
Photo: Katerina Voloshin
Thank you for your help at Christmas
We are so grateful for your help, which we appreciate highly. Thank you, and may God give you health and all good things. / Julia and mother
Photo: Katerina Voloshin
P.S. Ukraine celebrates Christmas on January 7th, according to the Julian calendar. Would you like to donate? The last day or our Christmas campaign is January 7th.
Christmas is coming again
Christmas has gone and New Year is over, but we are again waiting for Christmas. It is traditionally celebrated in Ukraine on January 7th.
My large family wishes to thank you all who helped us buy food for the Christmas season. This was a valuable gift for my family. We wish you a happy Christmas and New Year. May you have good health, peace and God’s blessings.
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