Helping Disabled Children in Siberia

$16,959 $13,041
Raised Remaining
Jun 22, 2012

Report number 2

Dear friends and  supporters,

Thanks to your generous support,  innovation rehabilitation facilities were purchased for handicapped children from the Siberian hinterland at the end of 2011.

At the end of May Oyashinsky children orphanage was provided with three “Atlant” suits  and their accessories that had been produced for 60 days specially for the children under its care who started to use them. We will be glad to demonstrate you the achievements of our children in rehabilitation with the help of the “Atlant” suits in our next report.

Since the beginning of 2012 you have donated $1,286.00, these funds will also be allocated for purchasing the “Atlant” suits in other sizes as soon as the sufficient amount is raised.

Dear friends, we would like to advise with you:

-         What should we do in order to speed up the raising funds? Probably, there is someone who can help us collect donations?

-         What information about this project should be stated in our next report? Can it be a life story of the children and the staff of Oyashinsky children orphanage?  

We will be grateful for your openness to dialog and useful advice.

Dear friends, we thank you for your attention to the health of the handicapped children from Siberia and your support of our project. 



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Project Leader

Margarita Semikova

Novosibirsk, Russia

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