Media and Communications
Special thanks to all the participants who made it possible to achieve the goals
in the implementation of all our projects. We would like to emphasize the main participants:
Church of the Wonderful News of Feasterville,
First Children's Academy of Upper Southampton,
Land of Children Child Care Center of Feasterville,
for great support in collecting donations for orphans in Eastern Ukraine. With their support, we were able to collect a 40-yards donation container for orphans and refugees in need.
World without orphans bicycle tour. The Fox News Coverage of the bike tour with Gennadiy Mokhnenko.
Another warm season project in progress. Special thanks to all who is helping.
Pastor Makhnenko has awarded one of our volunteers Eugen C. with the documentary book about his missionary work in Mariupol Ukraine.
It is an exciting day for Direct Help Foundation. Unannounced special guest has visited our organization today with a very special award for supporting Pilgrim and their young citizens. We would like to give special thanks to all people, families and organizations who made our work to be noticeable by people in need.
Happy Holidays to children in Mariupol, Ukraine with gifts from United States! Special Thank You to the families who made this valuable donations possible: Bobovich family, Poshyvak family, Hryhoryev family, Chervinchik family, Beletskiy family, Smetana family, Goykhman family, Vizirov family, Tyshko family. It is never too late to lift your holiday spirit by making donations to orphans and children in need. Every penny counts! 100% of your donations given directly to kids. All charities are tax deductible.
Special thanks to all families who helped Direct Help Foundation to achieve it's goal in making an other warm season possible for orphans and refugees of Eastern Ukraine.
The humanitarian aid delivered to orphans of city Mariupol, Ukraine.
Direct Help Foundation Volunteers are loading a truck with humanitarian aid to orphans of city Mariupol, Ukraine.
Every day, thousands of low-income older
Philadelphians struggle to meet their most basic needs. When they have
exhausted all other sources of aid, the Emergency Fund for Older
Philadelphians is there to help.
From left to right Rick Spector, PCA Community Relations Director, Yuri Tyshko, CEO Better Home Care, a silver sponsor of Emergency Fund Coalition for Older Philadelphians and the member of the fund at a Gala Fundraising Event this summer.
From left to right: Holly Lange, President and CEO of Philadelphia Corporation of Aging; Yuri Tyshko, President and CEO of Better Home Care, LLC, and Direct Help Foundation, Inc; Joann Bush, Administrator of Better Home Care, LLC at the gala event "Enriching Lives, Preserving Dignity". In one evening The Philadelphia Fund for Seniors has raised $140,000 which will be spent on the needs of Philadelphia seniors. Better Home Care is proud to be the Gold Sponsor of the event.
The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has brought shocking data. According to the organization, the impact of armed conflict on the Donbass felt by some 1.2 million children, 136,000 of whom fled with his parents from their homes.
Almost half children from Donetsk and Luhansk region cannot get necessary vaccinations, tens of thousands of children have not the opportunity to receive education, as schools destroyed or do not work.
Suffer the most are those who are forced to seek refuge in the cold basements and bomb shelters without adequate sanitation, as well as children living on the streets, children from low-income families and those whose homes were severely damaged.
This terrible humanitarian problem in eastern Ukraine caused by a conflict between government and rebels, which displaced tens of people have a chance to become a full-blown crisis with hard weeks of winter looming. The Ukrainian government has started to isolate the region because of the rebel advance, which left refugees with little food, medicine and other resources.