Medical Support for Kids With Genetic Diseases From Ukraine
Today, we are focusing all our efforts on Ukrainian children who battle rare diseases. As you may know, the situation in Ukraine right now is critical. Along with their compatriots, Ukrainian children with rare diseases and their families are trying to survive the devastation and horror of Vladimir Putin's brutal invasion.

Some Ukrainian families left their home country with nothing and became refugees elsewhere. Some are still in Ukraine with extremely limited access to medicine, rehabilitation therapy, and medical equipment.

Most kids with rare diseases need life-supporting items around the clock. With no outside help, these kids have a high risk of irreversible complications to their health.

Since February 2022 we sent our help to more than 200 Ukrainian families and covered their crucial medical needs worth $337,914.

Here is what we provide:

1. most needed medical supplies and medications,
2. portable noninvasive ventilators and oxygen concentrators
3. sitters, wheelchairs, and more!
4. personal grants to families in need to spend on medical expenses locally.

Let's stand together in kindness against the darkness and pain of war. Let's send the birds of hope to those who need them most!

Children We Helped
Thank you to all of you who helped us send the most needed items and medicine to the children with rare diseases from Ukraine
Erik Morozov from Odessa
SMA type 1, received diapers and formula
Maria Teresa Mikhailovska from Lviv
SMA type 1, received Tomato Sitter size 1
Nazar Kurchak from Chernivtsi Oblast
SMA type 2, received Tomato Sitter size 1, Verticalizer
Dima Zhadan from Nikolaev
SMA type 2, Received Tomato Sitter with Wooden Frame and Wheels size 3, special nutrition
Matvey Daniliuk from Dnipro
SMA type 1, received vibroplatform Gymtek
Joint Humanitarian Aid with Palm of Hope
Marianna Bogdanova from Kramatorsk
SMA type 2, in process of receiving Ranger Spacepro Carbon Lightweight Folding New Era Power Chair and Air Cough Assist T70
Joint Humanitarian Aid with Palm of Hope
Maria Chigrichenko from Poltava oblast
Cystic fibrosis, in the process of receiving medications worth $5,380
Polina Kozenkova from Pisochyn
SMA type 2, received a personal grant to purchase an electric wheelchair
Vasilina Kvasha
Cystic fibrosis, received Ingalator, sterilizer, special nutricion
Rostislav Yantkov
SMA type II, received a grant to buy wheelchair and "Motomed Viva" training device
Anastasia Brezhneva
Cystic fibrosis, received Inhalator, nebulizer, orthopaedic shoes, and a grant to purchase medicine for 3 months
Natalia Zaitseva
SMA Type III, received a grant to purchase 14 packs of vitamin D
Mikhailo Utkin
Cystic fibrosis, received mini-trampoline, special nutrition, 2 filters for Ingalator
Katya Vesheva from Odesa region
Adams-Oliver syndrome, a grant to purchase a stroller
Valdislav Kamminiy
SMA type II, received Vibration Platform Hypervibe G10v2 and Upseat sitter
Katya Zasukha from Dnipro, Ukraine
SMA type 1, received Tomato Sitter 1 and nutrition drinks
Nikin Sivun
SMA type 3, received an electric scooter
Danislav Bersenev
Cystic fibrosis, received Pari Eflow Inhalator and nutrition drinks
Varvara Mayer
Epileptic encephalopathy with SLC6A1 mutation, received rehabilitation in center Atlantis in Belgium
Sviatoslav Onoprienko
Congenital adrenal hyperplasia, received a grant to pay for blood tests and transportation
Demyan Kochkur
Cystic fibrosis, received Inhalator Pari Boy
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