Weʼve raised £713 to bring 20 Ukrainian children affected by the war to Scotland for a 10-day holiday in the autumn 2016.
- Edinburgh, UK
- Funded on Friday, 5th August 2016
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The Ukrainian Children of War project is a cooperation between the Dnipro Appeal charity, the Ukrainian Community in Edinburgh, the Ministry of Social Policy in Ukraine, the Ukrainian Consulate in Edinburgh, the River of Life charity (Ріка Життя) in Ukraine, and volunteers/host families in Edinburgh.
The aim of the project is to bring 20 children, aged 9-15, that have lost a parent in the war in Ukraine, to Scotland for a 10-day holiday in the autumn of 2016. The children will live with host families in the Edinburgh region and will take part in a number of joint activities and visits during their stay. By taking the children away from their everyday activities in Ukraine, we hope to give them good memories and experiences to help them cope with the recent loss of a parent.
The project is conducted in accordance with Scottish and Ukrainian law, and all host families and volunteers go through the appropriate checks and vetting processes required to be allowed to work with children.
More information available from email@example.com or https://www.facebook.com/ukrchildren/
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- 5 years ago
Ukrainian Children of War5 years ago
The plane tickets have been booked, the host families are ready and tour partners in Ukraine are preparing the last details for the visa applications! Thank you so much to all that have supported us so far. The children will have a great time in Scotland in October! Thank you!
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Jul 29, 2016
Cllr Gavin Barrie
Jul 27, 2016
A very worthy cause and hopefully one the citizens of Edinburgh and beyond can find a way of supporting
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Tamara and Maria Rybak
Jul 6, 2016
Good luck with the fundraising and we hope the children who come over enjoy the world famous Scottish hospitality.
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