The girls are happy of the caps they received from Sweden. They love them.Text and photo: Katerina, coordinator of the relief programme
The children had caps, mittens and socks knitted in Sweden. They also had warm winter coats.Their mother is so relieved and happy that the children have warm clothes to put on when they go to school on cold winter mornings. Text and photo: Katerina, coordinator of the relief programme
The winter is cold, but the bed is warm. This is no longer a dream, but a fact. Thank you all who helped. The children have received true help. Their homes are warm, and their mother's hearts are full of joy and gratitude. Photo and text: Katerina, coordinator of the relief programme
Here's what mother Anya wrote: Good afternoon, dear friends!It's already cold and I was so worried that my children would be cold indoors. I am a widowed mother of four. Without your help, we would remain without heating. We are happy that you are there and we thank you for buying firewood for us. The
Boas and Mirjam brought us vacuum bags from Sweden. They are good for storing quilts and other voluminous things in a clean and compact way./Tanya, Hostess
We celebrate the birthdays of all the children in Friend's House today.Have a Happy Birthday and enjoy the weekend!
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