‘Ukrainian charities can be trusted’

‘Ukrainian charities can be trusted’

‘Last week, on Friday, I was honoured to represent Bright Kids at an international conference dedicated to women’s rights and democracy, which was conducted by Maria Rösslhumer and Theresa Bender-Säbelkampf. Human rights activists from Austria, Belarus, Ukraine,...
The sweetest ‘thank you’

The sweetest ‘thank you’

The sweetest ‘thank you’ Bright Kids ever received. Yana, the mother of a child with a disability, completed her hairdressing course, and that means she is one step closer to living a more independent life. We now want to take on a task to equip Yana with...
Hardships of Ukraine’s most vulnerable

Hardships of Ukraine’s most vulnerable

In the meanwhile, the survival mode is on in Ukraine. This is Sasha Lapin, a boy with cerebral palsy, getting his rehabilitation treatment. Such treatment allows children with cerebral palsy to improve their functionality, strength, and endurance. It helps to reduce...
We are a grassroots charity

We are a grassroots charity

This adorable four-year-old boy is Tymur Drimanov. He was born with cerebral palsy. He dreams of walking and he is striving towards achieving his goal. Unfortunately, Ukraine lacks adequate support for its most vulnerable people. Many people, especially those living...
‘Wow, this kid has potential.’

‘Wow, this kid has potential.’

By Natalie Blinder. “It happened to me quite a few times. While working or communicating with teenagers from disadvantaged backgrounds, I often caught myself thinking: ‘Wow, this kid has potential.’ One was outgoing and could be a great entertainer,...
Human Rights in Ukraine

Human Rights in Ukraine

by Natalie Blinder. Did you know that Ukraine has not implemented 67% of the leading judgments made by the European Court of Human Rights over the last 10 years? There could be multiple reasons for this; but as Ukrainians, we can work towards solutions. What can we...