About employees and volunteers of "Happy Child" foundation
We are the group of people who help orphans, children with special needs and children with serious illnesses
The family of Andrey and Marina Belokonniye from Donetsk were the first people who began to work with orphans from the orphanage 3. They took orphans to their family on week-end, holidays and vocations. Due to the acquaintance with them most of us knew about orphan’s problem. In august, 2005, they went back to Donetsk but we still keep in touch with them.
Employees and volunteers during fundraising action in 2008
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Irina Gavrisheva. Journalist, former patient of children’s hematology ward. Irina writes and publish on the website appeals and articles about help to sick children of Zaporozhye, makes various important job in the Happy Child fund. Good in English.
Contacts:+ 3 8 0612 35 82 39, +3 8 097 136 41 82, e-mail: hematologia[at]mail.ru
Natalia Gavrisheva, mother of Irina Gavrisheva. Natalia looks for potential sponsors, communicates with different enterprises, organizes various actions and measures.
Contacts:+ 3 8 0612 35 82 39, +3 8 098 933 40 52, e-mail: hematologia[at]mail.ru
Vladimir Kiyanenko, an engineer, web-programmer, Zaporozhye. Vladimir provides our site with technical support. He also takes part in fund projects, communicates with orphans. Good in English.
Inna Grigorjeva, a teacher of English, Zaporozhye. Inna coordinates some Fund’s projects. She writes materials for site and translates them into English, communicates with orphans.
Contacts:+3 8 093 93 39 788, innagri[at]gmail.com
Patrick Anderson, the military service officer, USA. Patrick makes constant donations to Ukrainian orphans, his help gives us possibility to organize interesting entertainments and also to maintain our educational projects for orphans.
We believe that new people will join to our group.
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