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Ukraine's Needs Still Remain

Restore a Child is heavily involved in providing all the needs of refugees who come to our schools.

Dr. Yuri Bondarenko, Executive Director of Angelia Adventist Clinic in Kyiv, has been our partner since the war started. In a video he recorded what Restore a Child means to Angelia Clinic along with the orphan and sick children they save on our behalf.

We are grateful for the partnership of Dr. Bondarenko. An enormous need still remains. We appeal to you to keep Ukraine's needs in your hearts, prayers and finances.

What better way than to think of the last Eve of Christ before His crucifixion when He said to his disciples: "I will not leave you orphans. I will come back to you."

He is coming back, Friends.

Norma Nashed

Restore a Child means to help orphans and children from vulnerable families with lifesaving procedures from best ENT doctor in Kyiv."--Dr. Bondarenko

"Some children would die or lose hearing in a few months without a caring doctor like Angelia Clinic doctors in Kyiv."--Dr. Bondarenko

"Restore a Child means helping children whose parents are evacuated far away from war zone (I did it personally many times - a daughter of my friend is in the above photo)"--Dr. Bondarenko

"Restore a Child means making them volunteers in your team, a life full with purpose, mercy and wellbeing (my friend’s daughter from western Ukraine is in the photo helping to fill the Mobil Clinic van with humanitarian aid to eastern Ukraine)"--Dr. Bondarenko

"Orphans from Restore a Child Camp have a break during Angelia Mobile Clinic visit to their area."--Dr. Bondarenko

"Restore a Child means to care about their mommies and future mommies during a one of 57 mobile clinic trips this year with amazing OB/GYN doctor, Julia (the mom of a daughter as well). --Dr. Bondarenko

"Restore a Child means to restore their belief in miracles. Hundreds of Ukraine refugee children received gifts."--Dr. Bondarenko

"Restore a Child means long challenging talks with our family doctor in the mobile clinic... with a mother (breast cancer, stage four) and her small daughter."--Dr. Bondarenko


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