Every day we have daily needs. This is when we do not think about it and go to the bathroom to brush teeth, take toothpaste, brush. This is when we have dirty hands and we wash them with soap. Codes need to clean up the house, then we open the closet, where we store all household and necessary items, just take them and begin to clean. And when it's over, go to the store and buy. We can’t even imagine our life without toothpaste, hand soap, and dishwashing detergent. This is the norm for us. But there is a Center for Helping Children, which lives only thanks to charitable contributions and for them such simple household items is a huge necessity and need for which you need to find funds.
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Our UBB team are so gratitude to you, for support. Thanks to donations from ordinary Ukrainians, our project has saved dozens of children's lives over the last five years. We have already fulfilled more than 3300 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.
Thanks to the well-established work with Operators of Help, donations are used for things that are really the most important and vital, those things that change lives for the better.
Having once met Olexandra, it is impossible not to fall in love with this charming, cheerful little girl. So much positive and perseverance, intelligence and childish charm she has. She loves the whole world and the world loves her. The baby just bathes in love. She is loved by her parents and little sister, who is 18 years older; by teachers and classmates, by rehabilitologists and elderly ladies on the bench at the entrance; by dogs and horses at the hippotherapy. Sasha would be the happiest child in the world, if not a terrible diagnosis...
"It'll soon be a year that I haven’t left my room, for behind its doors there's this sickening feeling of shortness of breath. And I'm just 21 and eager to live. I was stable till 17 years of age – I went to school, attended many sports sections. Ever since I'd been diagnosed with a genetic disease of cystic fibrosis at 5 years of age I've been adhering to a strict daily schedule – a bunch of pills, inhalations, breathing exercises, antibiotics… This has helped me to keep on for quite a while." Igor is an adult, he's already 21 and he doesn't need mediators to speak on his behalf no longer, he communicates with his doctors and various foundations on his own.