Bright Kids donates towards treatment (10/01/2020)
Bright Kids supported the Drimanov family from Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. Their son, three-year-old Timur, who was born with cerebral palsy, requires constant care and regular treatments. This time, Bright Kids contributed 2,690 hryvnias (US$113) for Timur’s day-to-day needs and made a donation of 8,000 hryvnias (US$331) towards the cost of his rehabilitation treatment. Despite his ailment, the boy tries to walk, which is a big achievement. We are happy to share Timur’s progress and believe that he will get better! Many families request our support. We do what we can, but we need your help! We are currently working on providing a credit card payment option for donations made to Bright Kids Charity. We’ll keep you informed of these changes and let you know how you can get involved with Bright Kids Charity.
Bright Kids Supports a Family in Need (15/01/2019)
Natalia Zaveryukhina, who is from Kherson Oblast’, requires financial support as her 2-year-old son, Viktor, who was born with cerebral palsy, needs constant treatment and support. Bright Kids has donated 2,700 hryvnias (US$112) to the family so that they can purchase nutritionally complete Food for Special Medical Purposes Junior for their son.
Bright Kids Supports a Child (28/01/2020)
Bright Kids has donated 2,700 hryvnias (US$110) to a Ukrainian family. Ira Demchenko, who is from Kyiv Oblast’, requires financial support for her 4-year-old son Oleksandr, who was born with cerebral palsy. The mom will purchase therapy rolls for his exercises. Physiotherapy is one of the most important treatments for cerebral palsy and, for these kids, it is a constant fight against the sickness. If you wish to support a child today, please message us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bright Kids helps a mother of a child with a disability to learn a new skill (30/01/2020)
Bright Kids donated 2,700 hryvnias (US$110) so that a mother of a child with cerebral palsy could learn a new skill.
Marina Pazii, who is from Kyiv, wished to complete a short hairdressing course so that she could also earn an income to support her family. Marina approached us for help as she did not have the means to do that. We are happy to support such causes and wish Marina and her family well!