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News about international adoption in Ukraine

The First Steps of Alyosha-Logan

Published: April 14, 2014, 13:004643

Alyosha who was adopted from Kalinovka by an American family in 2012 is now enjoying his life to the fullest with his new artificial legs – he plays hockey and swims!

Local family has ties to Ukraine through orphanage

Published: April 8, 2014, 11:001862

Ukraine crisis hits home for one local family

A Miracle for the Hopeless

Published: March 7, 2014, 17:403313

In November 2013 three more children from Kalinovka found their families

Adopted siblings from Ukraine reunited after years apart

Published: January 15, 2014, 10:102748

A little orphan boy from Ukraine flew 30 hours and 5,400 miles to a new a life in St. Louis. KSDK

Before Russia's ban, Wisconsin family aided others in adopting orphans

Published: January 13, 2014, 12:102405

Documentary airing on Al Jazeera explores how parents build relationships with children adopted from faraway lands

Lubomyr Husar: “…We don’t want to send our children abroad, don’t want to lose them. But is it really better to put a child to death in Ukraine?”

Published: October 3, 2013, 12:301773

Unfortunately, international adoption is often the only hope to find a family for elder and disabled children. His Beatitude Lubomyr Husar shares his thoughts on orphans’ issue, orphanages, domestic and intercountry adoption

It's been one year

Published: September 4, 2013, 14:002150

It's been one year! One year ago today we met a little boy who is missing most of all four limbs. Today we celebrate a year with him!

International Adoption Info

Published: May 13, 2013, 15:001518

The information proposed below will help you understand how adoption in Ukraine is processed, which children are eligible for adoption, and where to start

Happy Helicopter Day

Published: May 7, 2013, 14:001685

Logan's birthday was Tuesday. He said repeated "Happy Helicopter Day - Di (give) me boat"

Ukraine seeking mechanisms to control living condition of adopted children

Published: April 11, 2013, 15:502453

The debate for having more control over the living conditions of Ukrainian kids adopted abroad surfaced after a Ukrainian boy was shot dead in the United States by his American father

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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 $245 209 in 2020

Our expenses in 2020

150 sick children: $140 501 
Medical equipment: $8 936
To disabled orphans: $26 362
To eco-village for orphans: $12 836
To orphans and poor families: $5 699
To adults ("Helpus" charity): $8 424
Administration and fundraising: $24 897
Total sum of expenses: $236 187 

$4 813 123 donated since 2007

They need help:

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

Alisa Onufriyeva, born in 2007 - cystic fibrosis

Alisa Onufriyeva, born in 2007 - cystic fibrosis

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

Arthur Kerimov, born in 2011 - symptomatic myoclonic epilepsy

Arthur Kerimov, born in 2011 - symptomatic myoclonic epilepsy


A Child Needs a Family: Igor Sh., born in 2006

A Child Needs a Family: Igor Sh., born in 2006

Deti (short documentary movie made in Ukrainian orphanage)

Deti (short documentary movie made in Ukrainian orphanage)

A Child Needs a Family: Makar R., born in 2010

A Child Needs a Family: Makar R., born in 2010