Almost every day in Ukraine, 1 child with Down syndrome is born. Almost 100 children with Down syndrome visit the Early Development Center of the All-Ukrainian charity organization Down Syndrome every month. For 15 years of existence, the foundation remains the only one in Ukraine who works with such children on such a large scale, systemically and professionally. During the activities of the Center, it was possible to support more than 1 000 families from all over Ukraine, to preserve joy and peace in them, to give hope for a new future for their children.
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Our UBB team are so gratitude to you, for support. Thanks to donations from ordinary Ukrainians, our project has saved thousands of lives over the last seven years. We have already fulfilled more than 5 300 projects all over Ukraine, which include already implemented projects and those that are about to receive the "Done" status.
Successful operations of the Ukrainian Philanthropic Marketplace are based on the principles of transparent, accountable and driving charity, and are possible subject to three conditions:
1. People’s hope for the best.
2. The team of ambitious and passionate managers and volunteers.
3. Grants and donations from donors.
Owing to the streamlined operation of our website ubb.org.ua, you have an opportunity to help those who need this, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
"My name is Oksana, I'm 35 years old. I am an artist in love with life and music. Now, this is my "spiritual" treatment, which does not allow me to give up at such a difficult time for me. For more than 12 years I have been in the struggle between a disease that has isolated me from the outside world, and the desire to live fully and get at least the slightest life pleasures. In order not to go crazy, I began to develop the talent of the artist. When I paint, I listen to beautiful music and plunge into the wonderful world of fairy tales, fantasy, and creativity. Also, I still dream of future travels. And the worst thing is that my illness prevents me, finally, from feeling the brightest joy in life – the joy of motherhood!".
Tiny corpses, wrapped in drops and surrounded by monitors, the least weighing several hundred grams. Their life entirely depends on life support devices, because they often do not breathe and feed themselves only through a probe. It is exactly this way that every day in the intensive care unit of the Institute of Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology of Ukraine, dozens of children, who are simply not lucky enough to be born healthy, have a chance to have a full-fledged childhood. Every month at the institute there are 150 infants with developmental defects, 40 of them fall into resuscitation, 15 – with a critically small weight of 500-700 grams. Such children often develop complications after surgery, viral or bacterial infections. Only those who are expensive with antibiotics can control.