Thanks to Krystyna we can give the school 10 computers for the computer room. The transport works smoothly and the joy is huge.
With the new backpacks from Tatonka, the pupils from Bohorodchany School set off on a great hike in the Carpathians. Thanks to Krystyna for the organisation and thanks to Tatonka for the great backpacks. And if you have a closer look, the shoes are from a donatin before – thx LOWA!
New clothes for the mother-child home in Ukraine. Thanks to Schöffel for the great jackets and jumpers. There were even black jackets for the nuns. Of course, everything was handed over directly and personally.
Kenial thanks to Krystyna, who made it to the children’s home in Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine, despite the winter, snow and cold. Thanks to Tatonka for the Kenialen backpacks, which fit all the school supplies perfectly.
It took a little while, but all the shoes got to the children. Nice to see everyone so happy and cheerful. Thanks to Lowa for the donation and thanks to Krystyna for all the efforts in organizing and transporting to Ukraine.
Warm jackets and rainproof pants for the children’s home, plus gloves, slippers and hats. Looks great!
We are very happy to support this hard-working school kids and their great teacher in Ukraine. Building their own climbing walls together and exploring the mountains in the Carpathians. Thx Alpenverein München & Oberland – DAV and DAV Kletter- und Boulderzentrum Gilching and LOWA for supportung this kenial projekt.
Thanks to Schöffel, Maloja and LOWA!
A children’s home in Iwano-Frankiwsk, a city of 200,000 inhabitants in the Ukraine. 28 children live here. The home is run by Catholic nuns. The kids grow up happy together. There are nine boys and 19 girls. Three children are one year old, ten of them are already teenagers. We would like to provide children…
In the middle of winter really strong snow pants and warm jackets for the children of a mother/child home in Ukraine. Thanks to Maloja and Marmot for the support! Now have fun in the snow! Very young mothers, still teenagers, have found a home with their children in this place. They can continue to go…