The victory in a hug.
Dacha Center is 10 years old! And we would like to celebrate this anniversary in your hugs. We launch a #hugtowin flashmob — your participation in it will be a happy birthday greetings. Each of you has a person who has fought and has won.
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The victory in a hug.
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.
Every 15 child in Ukraine is born prematurely! Statistics are scary, is not it? And even more frightening is that they may not survive. Babies born before the term, doctors and benefactors carefully call "impatient". They are born with an extremely small weight and immediately after birth, a period of walking, which can last from several weeks to several months, comes on. All this time, the mother's heart is excited to calate, and the child will live and develop through devices that are capable of replacing the vital functions and organs that simply did not have time to develop sufficiently because of premature birth.
Bohdan dreams of becoming a policeman: to bring order, to stop violators. However, looking at his right arm and leg the boy feels embarrassed: "But how I will catch criminals..." Bohdan has a tumor of the spinal cord. The right side of his body stopped growing. He needs an urgent surgery but the family with many children doesn’t have enough money to buy prescribed medicines. While Bohdanchyk’s mom is at the hospital with her son, his dad takes care of eleven (!) kids at home.