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Ukraine Orphans Visit the Gulf Coast with "Roads of Hope"

The kids benefit as their self-worth increases, academics improve, become healthier, have fun, learn about faith, and they get to experience love and family often for the first time.
Author: By Chelsey Sayasane, www.fox10tv.com Published: July 23, 2019, 15:00 844

Roads of Hope is a non-profit based in Baldwin County but doing work in Moldova and Ukraine. These two countries are ground zero for the trafficking of orphans. Roads of Hope (ROH) operates several safe family-type homes for orphans in Moldova and Ukraine that are designed to provide orphaned kids and teenagers the opportunity to be part of a family, continue their education, and pursue their dreams while also receiving housing, medical care, and nutritional meals. Tragically, 60% of orphaned girls and 20% of orphaned boys are trafficked after aging-out of the orphanages at 16 years old.

Currently 19 orphans from Ukraine are visiting the United States for 5 weeks. Eleven kids are staying with host families across the southeast while eight orphaned boys ages 11 – 17 are in the studio today. These kids are staying together in a large donated home in Mobile and many people gave financially to cover the kids’ expenses to get here. Joe Savage says that many people in our community have stepped up and helped. The children are also receiving much needed medical care, clothing, food, and love.

The kids benefit as their self-worth increases, academics improve, become healthier, have fun, learn about faith, and they get to experience love and family often for the first time. Incredibly, Joe Savage had ten children in the group home last summer and nine of them now have families to call their own. If someone wants to host an orphan this Christmas or next summer, they can go to our website and fill out form. If you want to support in some other way, you can visit their website.


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Happy Child foundation - effective help to the most needy children of the Zaporozhye region, Ukraine, since 2004

More than 16 years of trust of donors and benefactors, thousands of aid transaction processed every year. Full transparency in the usage of donation
You donated $231 992 in 2020

Our expenses in 2020

135 sick children: $127 468 
Medical equipment: $7 759
To disabled orphans: $25 169
To eco-village for orphans: $12 386
To orphans and poor families: $5 380
To adults ("Helpus" charity): $8 424
Administration and fundraising: $21 761
Total sum of expenses: $216 815 

$4 799 906 donated since 2007

They need help:

Kirill Karpachev (born 28 June 2000) and Timofei Karpachev (born 22 November 2011) – Cystic fibrosis, mixed form

Kirill Karpachev (born 28 June 2000) and Timofei Karpachev (born 22 November 2011) – Cystic fibrosis, mixed form

Olga Pavlenko, born in 2002, high degree cystic fibrosis

Olga Pavlenko, born in 2002, high degree cystic fibrosis

Pelageya Nesterenko, 2 y.o. – Cystic Fibrosis, Severe Condition

Pelageya Nesterenko, 2 y.o. – Cystic Fibrosis, Severe Condition

Natalya Kisluk, born February 28, 1992 - 24 years old - mixed form cystic fibrosis.

Natalya Kisluk, born February 28, 1992 - 24 years old - mixed form cystic fibrosis.

Alisa Onufriyeva, born in 2007 - cystic fibrosis

Alisa Onufriyeva, born in 2007 - cystic fibrosis


Child needs a family: Evelina, born in 2005

Child needs a family: Evelina, born in 2005

A Child Needs a Family: Vijay Ch., born in 2003

A Child Needs a Family: Vijay Ch., born in 2003

A Child Needs a Family: Marina K., born in 2003

A Child Needs a Family: Marina K., born in 2003