Recently, the world celebrated the International Volunteer Day. Volunteers are people, who come to the world for good, and kindness - is a wonderful thing. It is the language in which everyone wants to talk, on which we all can understand each other.
"More than 100 million people in Europe are volunteers, 3 out of every 10 Europeans claim to volunteer, and almost 80% of European citizens believe that volunteerism is an important part of democratic life in Europe. Therefore, investment in volunteerism is an investment in the social cohesion of society." (European Charter of Rights and Duties of Volunteers).
Charity exists wherever there are people who care about others and deal with the problems of society. There are people who are not indifferent to the fate of children.
The United World Cultures Foundation works with many personalities with a good heart, but today we want to mention the work of the most active volunteer to raise awareness of the successful public about successful examples and a significant contribution to the development of volunteerism.
For more than eight years, volunteer Julia Belskaya has been helping poor children: boys and girls from low-income and unprotected families, orphans from boarding homes, children with special needs and children affected by the war in eastern Ukraine. Julia fills people's lives with happiness and it seems that the entire world can fill with their love. Constantly, closely and systematically working with the Charitable Foundation, it is not at all indifferent for her to what will happen tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, in a year...
We welcome all volunteers on this bright day! We wish everyone good health, prosperity, inspiration for good deeds, family comfort and warmth!