Transforming Lives

Who do we help?

  • families on the brink of collapse
  • orphans deprived of hope and love
  • disabled children forgotten and alone

What do we do?

  • bring security
  • empower children and young people
  • educate and train
  • offer free therapies
  • provide loving homes
  • deliver social welfare
  • above all else, cultivate spiritual well-being
ChildAid helped them smile.

We work with local partners who transform lives of disabled children, orphans and those in vulnerable families.

Bringing light into darkness

Working across 8 projects in 4 countries we are responding to the call in  

Psalm 82:

Rescue the cause of the weak and fatherless; maintain the rights of the poor and oppressed.

Rescue the weak and needy

Supporting and proclaiming the suffering of the abused, abandoned, vulnerable and still persecuted children and young people of Eastern Europe

To find out more click on the links within the navigation bar on the left of the page.

We currently work in 4 regions

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Belarus

People with learning disabilities in Belarus continue to face entrenched and widespread discrimination. They are often regarded as a medical and moral problem that must be solved, rather than individuals who can benefit from access to care, therapy and education.
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Isle of Hope

Isle of Hope provides free therapeutic rehabilitative services and day care aimed at providing increased independence for 57 young people living with severe learning difficulties.

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Sisters of St Elisabeth

The Convent in Minsk supports a large range of vulnerable and disadvantaged people, and ChildAid are pleased to be able to support their work with severely disabled children.

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Moldova

Financial resources in this land-locked country are still quite modest and the international Monetary Fund continues to describe Moldova as “the poorest country in Europe”. Consequently, there are not enough funds to provide adequate healthcare for all, especially for the poorest families who automatically face additional spiralling expenses if they have a disabled child.
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Tony Hawks Children's Health Centre

The Tony Hawks Centre improves the life quality of chronically ill children from socially vulnerable families from birth up to 15 years old. Nearly 600 children are cared for each year.

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Tony Hawks Centre new building

The new Centre, with its hydro-therapy pool and fully equipped sensory room, has substantially enhanced the treatments offered and has already made a marked improvement in the impact on the children.

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Esther House

The day centre is very much a second home to many children from the surrounding villages. Activities include help with homework, practical life-learning exercises, cooking, lessons on personal hygiene, arts and crafts, dancing and singing. All of these help to physically, socially, intellectually and emotionally develop the children.

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Phoenix Centre

This centre is thanks to UK charity MAD-Aid which opened the first phase of a community health centre in Riscani, north Moldova. As well as supporting this activity with training and professional support via the Tony Hawks Centre, ChildAid are helping with the operational costs of the day centre.

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Russia

With ongoing political pressure from Moscow, it is likely that supported projects across Russia will find it progressively more difficult to operate where funds are being provided from the west.
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Helping Hands

Based in the Siberian city of Chita, Helping Hands is a small-scale project working with children and their families in extremely harsh conditions

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Ukraine

Ravaged by war and occupation, Ukraine has taken time to recover since its days of Soviet rule - poverty, alcohol addiction and the highest European rate of HIV+ infections leaves deep scars.
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Children's Hearts

This small project commands a great deal of respect by service users and local authorities alike. Many of the children and families they care for are referred to them by the local authorities who otherwise do not have the capacity or resources to deal with them themselves or because they increasingly recognise that our partners have particular skills and expertise which cannot be matched elsewhere.

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Children's Hearts Respite Home

This house consists of three rooms, a kitchen/diner and bathroom. It will be available as a shelter for vulnerable single mothers or teenage orphans until they can be settled in more secure and permanent accommodation.

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Love Without Borders

Having established a strong working partnership with a Kiev-based church who are working extensively in areas of Eastern Ukraine, ChildAid established a structured partnership with them, under the name “Love Without Borders”.

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New Beginning

The main aim of New Beginnings is to prevent young people leaving care from encountering the problems of society providing little moral and practical guidance and the risk of personal harm faced by so many. It restores self-confidence and provides a secure basis from which the young people can go on to seek quality further or higher education, accommodation, employment and ways of becoming an active participant in the life of their local communities.

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New Beginning Foster Home

The purpose built foster family home funded almost entirely by ChildAid supporters is home to up to 10 teenage orphans who would otherwise have no family life.

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Who do we help?

  • families on the brink of collapse
  • orphans deprived of hope and love
  • disabled children forgotten and alone

What do we do?

  • bring security
  • empower children and young people
  • educate and train
  • offer free therapies
  • provide loving homes
  • deliver social welfare
  • above all else, cultivate spiritual well-being