The war in Ukraine changed many things. It steals a carefree childhood from little Ukrainians. But in the past challenging year, your help did not allow war to steal the children's chance for recovery.
Your support has become a firm foundation for the continuous treatment of the kids.
It is another proof that the strength is in unity. This unity brings Ukrainians closer to victory over the Russian invaders, and children with their families closer to victory over cancer.
In 2022, we lost a lot. But we also gained a lot.
I want to share with you the victories in the fight against childhood cancer that were possible in this challenging year, thanks to you. Read this report and see how amazing you are
The war has changed a lot, but it has not changed the vision and goal of our Foundation: no Ukrainian child should die of cancer. Please, be a lighthouse of hope for children in dark times. Stay with them for new victories!
Our hearts are filled with gratitude every time we see how many changes and achievements are possible with your support!
The fourth quarter of 2022 was very difficult for healthcare and Ukrainian hospitals. The shelling of the energy infrastructure, which began in October and continues to this day, has endangered the uninterrupted work of children's oncology centers throughout Ukraine. But we know — together with you, nothing is impossible.
Please read this report. It is about the victories and achievements that are possible in the field of children's oncology thanks to the generosity of donors like you. Thank you!
We are deeply grateful that you remain side-by-side with children battling cancer!
Thanks to donors like you, monthly there are 500 children under the Foundation’s care. These kids receive the required assistance during each step of their treatment.
But the lasting full-scale war has made the process of cancer treatment much more complicated than it was before. For this reason, we ask you to help Ukrainian children like Sashko by activating your monthly support.
One of the boy’s hobbies is football. He often played it with his friends and organized their own football matches. Then, Sashko was diagnosed with cancer.
Now, instead of playing on a football field, Sashko spends most of his time in the hospital ward. But you can make things different.
Hundreds of Ukrainian children suffering from cancer will spend Christmas in hospitals. Day by day, they fight for their health and do not stop dreaming. The biggest dream of children like Dima is to return home from the hospital.
Dima is just two years old. Despite his age, he already knows what it's like to wage his own war against the disease. At the end of August, he had a difficult operation, and after it - several more courses of chemotherapy.
Please, on Thanksgiving Tuesday donate to bring Ukrainian children like Dima closer to a life-meaning win!
Your gift brings so much hope and strength to the families facing two wars at once!
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