Child Sponsorship

Family Sponsorship – Bublik

Family ID: 42127 Ukraine: Andriy is one of ten children in this nice Christian family. They live in a three-room apartment. Andriy’s mother Svitlana stays home with the children. His father Oleg is a security guard. They receive allowance for the children but it… Read More...

Family Sponsorship – Gutovskyi

Family ID: 42264 Ukraine: Lidia Kaglyak, our coordinator from Odessa region writes:

“I know Gutovskyi family long ago. They are very nice and friendly family with many children. Volodymyr and Maria Gutovsky have nine children. Three of them already have their own families and… Read More...

Family Sponsorship – Dulepa

Family ID: 40823 Ukraine: There are seven people – parents and five children in this family. They live in a three-room apartment; their grandmother passed away and they moved into her apartment. Before, seven of them occupied two tiny rooms in a dormitory. The… Read More...

Moving to Families

Child Sponsorships are Moving to Family Sponsorships

A few changes to the sponsorship program have been requested by our Ukraine office. In Ukraine, our staff has always worked with the parents, mother, or adult in the family for all program services, ministries, groceries, camps, medical… Read More...

Family Sponsorship – Sidorchuks

Family ID: 42213 Ukraine: Now just three of the family live in a three-room house; older children some married, some moved out for studies. The parents, Galyna and Yuriy, have two children of their own, Oleksiy and Anastasia, and three – Anna, Petro and… Read More...

Family Sponsorship – Komarenkos

Family ID: 42185 Ukraine – Yevgenia and her older sister Anastasia live in a small town Ivankiv, a place which is sadly known as Chernobyl area after the accident of 1986. Girls’ father was a volunteer in war in Eastern Ukraine for 19… Read More...

Twins Return As Counselors

Twin brothers Ruslan and Misha received sponsorship in 1996 when they were only three months old.  At the time they’d been abandoned by their father, and their mother, Viktoria, was so depressed that she no longer wanted to  live. Viktoria shares:

“I remember… Read More...