Residents of Bilylivka have recently received help from Charity Fund UWCF. The local kindergarten has been provided with new potty chairs for the early age children, baby’s skin care products and medicines.
The village head Liudmyla Paniot said that, having gained the support of caring people, the community is trying to create all conditions to raise the living standards of the villagers.
“It’s no secret that the means of everyday life deteriorate over time, and often there are not enough funds available to purchase new ones. Especially today, in the time of quarantine,” the village head commented. “Charity Fund UWCF never stays away from the problems of Bilylivka residents and, whenever possible, always provides all possible assistance. This time, within the framework of the UWCF’s program “Let’s Improve Children’s Lives”, we have made sure that the stay of our children in the kindergarten is as comfortable and cozy as at home.”
According to Liudmyla Paniot, manager of UWCF’s programs and projects Liudmyla Lysenko donated nine potty chairs to the local kindergarten: high backrest and supportive armrests make them ideal for the little ones, and colorful pictures will cheer kids up. Moreover, she handed over a pack of AtopiControl cream and a pack of AtopiControl gel from Eucerin (one of the world’s leading dermo-cosmetic brands approved by dermatologists and pharmacists) for the delicate care of children’s skin.
In addition, Liudmyla Lysenko donated sedative medicines Sedavit enriched with vitamins B6 and PP (for UAH 9,792.00) meant for the adult population of the village.
“Medications will help families to cope with difficult stressful situations due to the spread of Covid-19, reduce nervous tension, overcome anxiety and insomnia”, said the Fund’s representative.