Our sponsors from Holland donated furniture in excellent condition for the new rehabilitation centre for children with disabilities of the Mission to Ukraine, which is still under construction.
The charitable foundation “House of Bread” provided humanitarian aid to the Zhytomyr military unit. Basic necessities such as paper towels were provided.
The last renovation of the dental office of the Lubarsk psychoneurological men’s dispensary took place back in the 70s of the 20th century. Thanks to our partners from Holland, the office was equipped with a new dental chair. It has already been installed, and the wards of the dispensary receive better treatment for their teeth.
We thank the caring people from Rivne who gave us 6 tons of flour. They were equally distributed between the Bereziv Psychoneurological Boarding School of the Zhytomyr Regional Council and the Khoroshiv Psychoneurological Boarding School of the Zhytomyr Regional Council.
Our charitable foundation “House of Bread” is constantly making food kits for people affected by the war.
This aid was delivered to the northern districts of the Zhytomyr region in Narodychi and Ovruch.
Humanitarian aid was provided to residents of Ovruch (a city in the Zhytomyr region), who suffered from the war.
While giving humanitarian aid, we tell people about God and give them Bibles.
“House of Bread” provided humanitarian assistance to a psychoneurological boarding school, which is located not far from the site of hostilities.
We also distributed Bibles to the wards and staff of the boarding school and told them about God.
This is a short photo report about a trip to the villages of the Kyiv region liberated from the Russian occupiers. We collected food, medicine, clothes, bedding, bread, and other essentials for people there.
There are no shops, hospitals, or pharmacies in these villages because everything was destroyed. So people are able to survive only thanks to volunteer help.
In the last photos, you can see what the Russians brought to the land of Ukraine.
“House of bread” received another humanitarian cargo from the Netherlands.
One part of this cargo is modern medical equipment, such as an ultrasound machine, a modern mobile X-ray machine, a blood pressure monitor, detergents, hospital beds, and many more. The ultrasound machine was transferred to 2 hospitals in Zhytomyr, and other medical equipment was transferred to hospitals in Baranivka and Pulyna in the Zhytomyr Region.
The second part of the humanitarian cargo is 5.6 tons of bread. Some bread was delivered to the territory that was in the war zone and under Russian occupation. And some was transferred to Teteriv united territorial community, a boarding house, the Ovruch City Council, the Zhytomyr Territorial Center for Social Assistance, and other organizations that help the needy.
During the war in Ukraine, our charity foundation received 9 humanitarian cargoes with goods from Europe. These are medical equipment and consumables for hospitals, food, second-hand clothes and shoes, etc. During the war, the authorities simplified the conditions for customs clearance of humanitarian goods, so today it takes much less time to receive, unload and distribute the aid, than in peacetime. Special thanks to friends from the Netherlands!