When and you are 5, 8, or 12 years old to have a family, parents who love and care for you. So it should be - every boy or girl should be born and raised in a family where they are expected to give them warmth, tenderness and care. we accept children and teenagers to whom, by and large, their parents have no business, they do not care for them, they do not pay attention, they do no homework, they do not tell tales at night... themselves, and from a young age are forced to learn to survive - take care of themselves about their needs, looking for people who will lure them, bring them in, at least in part, what, unfortunately, their parents are unable to do, because often it is a family in crisis, in dependencies, large families and very poor families, where adults live their lives, do their chores, and where not for children...
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CF "Pax et Bonum"Хмельницька область, м. Красилів, вул. Кондріна, 13
Our foundation is engaged in identifying and meeting the needs of suffering people, socially unprotected population through material and social assistance to the sick, disabled, orphans and children deprived of parental care, large families, families who find themselves in difficult life circumstances, pregnant women, HIV-infected and sick with AIDS, the elderly, the poor, and all the disadvantaged who need this help.
Have you ever thought about how people live below the line of survival, rejected by society and, often, even the closest relatives? People who are left alone with problems that are not able to solve them independently for various reasons, most often - because of physical or mental limitations, heavy dependencies, etc. Such disadvantaged people can survive and learn to work independently most often – only with the help of those who are not indifferent, those who will not let them die. It is about the Center for social and preventive care and a charity canteen, which operates with it.
The charity dining room, which has been operating at our foundation for many years, is the only place in the town where elderly, sick and helpless people can get hot tasty lunch, understanding, acceptance and support due to their physical disability and other physical or mental health defects. Every day, about 30 of those in need come to the dining room, which is the most difficult time of their lives, without which they would not have survived.
The Center for Social and Psychological Rehabilitation, which our Foundation has been patronizing for many years, is one of the few in need of shelter, the needy, the rejected, those who have nowhere else to go, where they find help and support at a time when they are in extremely difficult circumstances. Among the residents of Tsen Tru are also mothers with young children – victims of domestic violence who find themselves in a situation where they simply had nowhere to run with a young child in their arms, escaping from a domestic tyrant. Here, such women with children receive all the help and support they need, ranging from medico-social to psychological and spiritual.
Every day, as we walk the streets of our hometown, we see children rushing to school after school, where they are waiting, where they have friends, where they do what brings them joy, helps them develop, encourages. Such places are called art studios, mugs, art classes and more. And it has become so commonplace and commonplace for us to know that every child if he or she wants to, can choose his or her own pursuits to the soul and enjoy doing what is most pleasing to what he or she wants to develop.
Today, when in our country, like in most countries of the world, the real trouble has come, we cannot leave for the benefit of those who are exactly the most defenseless, most vulnerable now - the elderly, the sick, the lonely people. We have about 30 such wards in our fund, and for a long time these people have been receiving our care, tutelage and assistance, including food at our Charity Dining Room, where they came every day.
For many years, our fund, with the help of volunteers and indifferent people, deals with things that, at first glance, are invisible, about which few people know... here is the Charity Dining Room, where every day, from year to year, and in summer and cold winter days, about 30 people in need come. It is of utmost importance to them whether they will have what to eat tomorrow, whether they will be able to come here again, as always to get hot tasty food here and a good word of encouragement and encouragement.
Crisis families, caring for them, social support, and caring for their immediate needs – safety, food, shelter, and love, and protection – are among the top priorities of our charitable foundation. Why? Because children are defenseless because they cannot stand up to the often harsh conditions in which they find themselves, and to the violence of, unfortunately, their immediate family, children are often held hostage by circumstances of intimidation in their own home, suffering abuse and abuse. lacking and not knowing what could be different is better… It sounds sad and unnatural, but workers and volunteers, those who daily meet with children and teenagers from families where parents are chemically dependent, where living conditions are extreme poverty and poverty, well understand, oh what is going on.
How often, after living an honest and often difficult life, devotedly and hard work and putting strength and health, serving others, the elderly on the slope of years remain, unfortunately, alone, without having or losing family, loved ones and relatives. And then the closest people are the few who come to them every day, are interested in their well-being, help with the simple economy... Most often, they are volunteers and social workers of charitable organizations. And our background workers, together with volunteers who are not indifferent to other people's misery, visit elderly grandparents in the summer, bring them food, medicine and other necessities for life, and give good word.
Next to us are people who have been much more difficult on the slope of the years than others – they do not have relatives to care for them, they do not have health, they have no money for the most necessary food. We walk past such old, sick and needy many times every day, hurrying through our affairs and not really focusing on them, because it seems, "What can I do alone?". But there are people who do and are willing to continue to do what each of us lacks the time, effort or information to do.