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New Year greetings and Thank You

We want to thank you who participated in the Christmas and New Year campaign. Here you can read how your help has made a difference.

You can still participate in the campaign


We have extended the campaign until January 7 because there is such a great need in Ukraine during this pandemic. Link to the campaign

Thank you for buying us food

Your help was really needed, especially now that the holiday season is here. We wish you a Happy New Year and a Merry Christmas, good health, and success in your challenging work.

Family Lashko

Genuine Christmas

Thank you so much for donating food to my family for Christmas. I wish you good health, wellbeing, and family luck. With all my heart, I wish you a happy Christmas. May your family receive good news only, and may God keep you safe.

Lyuda

Friends in distant and beautiful countries

We thank you for your help and support. May your good deeds come back to you. May God keep and bless you who gave us food when we needed it. Thank you for your help, for the Christmas and New Year gifts. A Merry Christmas to you!

Grandmother Nadeshda and grandchild Alyosha

Roma and I received a gift today

We were able to buy food for Christmas and New Year.We are thankful to all of you. When we sit down for the Christmas dinner, I thank Lord God for all that he sent for our table. We ask the Lord to bless all of you who helped us. May He give you health and wellbeing. Thank you! We wish you a Merry Christmas, good health, and God’s blessing. Amen.

Mother Oleksandra and Roma

Time for sharing

23.12.2020

Groceries will be bought during the next few days. All children are looking forward to the New Year holidays. They do not celebrate Christmas as we do on 25.12, although it is an official holiday in Ukraine now. Our team asked what 24th means for us. My best explanation was that we celebrate it like they celebrate New Year’s Eve. New Year is a great day for children: the Christmas tree and the whole home are decorated; Father Frost brings gifts; food is served, and everyone is happy. The traditional Christmas according to the Julian calendar is on the 7th and 8th of January. One of the children asked: “How is this possible? Was Jesus born twice?”

Friend’s House

23.12.2020

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