UWCF helped Bila Tserkva Children’s Residential Care Home
On 23 July 2016, United World Cultures Foundation visited Bila Tserkva Children’s Residential Care Home. The facility accommodates children and youth aged between 8 and 35 who suffer from severe health problems, need social, psychological and medical rehabilitation (infantile cerebral paralysis, Down's syndrome, autism, epilepsy, psychological and physical development disorders, moderate and profound mental retardation).
For the residential home’s inmates, UWCF organized a sports and entertainment event that opened with a concert. Children could enjoy performances of circus artists, participate in a theatrical game, and receive a master class from a magician.
The concert was followed by a football match between the facility’s inmates and volunteers of the social organization Social Harmony, which was ultimately won after a penalty series by the team of Bila Tserkva Children’s Home. Kids showed high-levelled skills in handling a football. The residential home’s personnel, UWCF team and volunteers cheered for the boys and congratulated them on the victory.
United World Cultures Foundation handed over a heavy-duty washing machine, footwear and sports equipment to Bila Tserkva Children’s Residential Care Home as charitable assistance.