Providing life transforming therapies for children

Bianca suffers from Spina Bifida and paraparesis (loss of voluntary motor function in the pelvic limbs) she does need regular assistance with her catheter – an expense which the family has to cover. Catheterization is required daily. Bianca was operated on in Turkey in January 2018, and in July she was in Turkey for a consultation. She has to go every 4 months for the consultation, but the family doesn’t have the money. Read more

Conflict in Ukraine, children and schools in despair

Since 2014, bitter conflict in Ukraine has forced 1.5 million people to flee their homes.(source  UN Refugee Agency). A large number of schools and education facilities have been damaged due to shelling in Eastern Ukraine. It is estimated that are over 55,000 children live within 15 km of the ‘contact line’ between the two factions. (Source: Unicef, April 2018 Assessment Update). Read more

Supporters Corner : Why we support ChildAid

One of our generous local supporters is Bromley-based web design company Make Me Local, who sponsor two of the children we help in Eastern Europe. Here, we talk to the agency’s Managing Director, Nathan Kelsey, about his time supporting ChildAid and what it is that he loves about our charity. Read more

Busy Elves at ChildAid

We’ve been busy this pre-Christmas period fundraising for children and families who really need our help. ChildAid wants to make an impact to the lives of children in Eastern Europe, we want to help as many children as possible. Read more

ChildAid and Global Giving

ChildAid is proud to be part of the Global Giving community, a highly curated crowdfunding platform for grassroots charitable projects. Read more

A child long waited- Ensuring all children have the best start in life.

This is the story of Anna. A child that was long waited. Her mother wanted so much to have her own child. After 15 years of waiting Anna was born. Shortly after the birth her parents received news that the girl has Down syndrome. Read more

The Big Give Christmas Challenge | One Donation,twice the impact

The Big Give Christmas Challenge is a wonderful way to give more to your favorite charity. Simply donate between 27.11.18 - 04.12.2018 and your donation will be doubled. One donation, twice the impact Read more

Orphans in Ukraine

There are more than 100,000 children living in orphanages in Ukraine. In most cases orphans are abandoned by their own family due to lack of finances to support them, however, other reasons include alcoholism, abuse, crime illness, and poor medical health. All this data make our hearts weep, we want to do our best to help as many children as we can. Read more

A life decided from birth - New Beginnings

This is the story of Brigitte. She was born in a Roma community 15 years ago. She was just a baby when her mother sold her for just £4. From a young age, she learned to steal and dance. The plan was to work in brothels. After years on this path, she was taken into care. Her prospects for a firm foundation for a stable and fulfilling life were poor. Read more

Ideas for charity fundraising

There are many ways to raise money for charity, it doesn’t have to be complicated, sometimes simple ideas can have more impact. We decided to share with you some of our ideas and what our supporters are doing to help us. Read more

Global Giving Youth Week Campaign

Y-peer – United Nations Youth- Global Giving This year we participate in Global Giving’s Youth Week Campaign with Y- Peer Moldova, a project that educates young Moldovans in personal health. This programme was created by United Nations Population Fund Programme and it is part of the Y- Peer youth education network. Read more

Rich in spirit, poor in money: Fedir and Children’s Hearts

Rich people who see a brother or sister in need, yet close their hearts against them, cannot claim that they love God Read more

Paralympian spirit: Yoet and the Tony Hawks Centre

Swimming can often be a struggle for survival against drowning, fighting against a current constantly trying to drag you backwards. Read more

Beating a life of abuse: Borys and Children’s Hearts

Fathers, provoke not your children [to anger], lest they be discouraged. Read more

Empowering the Moldovan youth: Y-PEER Moldova

The saying goes that if you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. Read more

The gift of purpose: Victor and Isle of Hope

In Belarusian society disabled citizens are often refused the ability to work. Read more

Troubled Transnistria: Help the Children

Reaching out to the forgotten Read more