United World Cultures Foundation always welcomes new friends and partners who join our charitable cause, following the calling of their hearts and being fully aware how important it is to help those in need.
This is exactly the kind of friend and partner that we have recently found in Taras Moroz and Moloko vid Fermera (“Farm Milk”) Production and Trade Network. When Taras heard about our young beneficiaries from Bila Tserkva Children’s Residential Care Centre, he empathized with the boys’ stories and immediately decided to take action by making a party for them with all kinds of treats from his company’s own produce and donated tasty yoghurts, chocolate-filled croissants and cheesecakes with mango and passionfruit flavour.
Bila Tserkva Children’s Residential Care Centre accommodates nearly 160 boys with special needs, aged between 8 and 35, suffering from infantile cerebral paralysis, Down’s syndrome, autism, epilepsy, psychological and physical development disorders, moderate and profound mental retardation. Despite their disabling condition, many of the facility’s patients are really active, creative and sporty. The boys take interest in football, singing, dancing, playing the djembe, handicrafts, with the continued assistance of the centre’s staff and volunteers. However, with all the lockdown restrictions still in place to prevent the COVID-19 spread, volunteers are only allowed to talk to the boys on the phone, which is why now more than ever these children lack common games, singing, and other entertaining activities. For this reason, that was a huge joy and pleasure for them to receive the tasty gifts from Moloko vid Fermera Production and Trade Network.
UWCF team would like to express our sincerest thanks to Moloko vid Fermera and personally to Taras Moroz for your kind hearts and your contribution to the charitable cause and to the implementation of socially important projects!
Our thanks also go to photographer Oleksii Khalaidzhy for all the time and efforts he has invested in charity and for his wonderful photos that reflect all shades of the boys’ emotions in Bila Tserkva Children’s Residential Care Centre.