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Children of Heroes (Obozrevatel)

“People were screaming; everything was burning; it was raining glass, plastic, and concrete from the sky”: the story of a refugee from Borodianka

Olha and her two children had to leave their home in Borodyanka, Kyiv region. Russian troops mercilessly bombed the small town and shelled it with artillery.

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The Children of Heroes Charity Fund provides children with heating means and warm clothes

The Children of Heroes Charity Fund takes care of 1154 children who lost one or both parents due to the war. In total, the foundation plans to take care of 5000 children, so it is actively looking forwards to helping them survive the loss of their loved ones and providing them with the necessary things.

“We dream of the impossible – for our father to return home alive.” The wife of a fallen policeman tells about the pain of the war

One of the families shares her war experience. She is experiencing the loss of her dear husband and loving father, an officer of one of the special police units.

For Ukraine’s War Widows, Pain Feeds Strength

The war has changed the lives of millions of Ukrainians, especially women who have lost their loved ones. Karyna Synelnykova and Kateryna Karvatko lost their husbands on Ukraine’s front line in the east, where the men were defending the country from Russian assault. Today they both carry on their husbands’ legacy and adapt to a new life. For VOA, Kyiv reporter Anna Chernikova has their story.

“We couldn’t calm him down when a rocket hit the neighboring house”: what is retraumatization, how does it affect children, and can it be avoided?

Traumatic experiences cause complicated feelings and leave their mark often for a lifetime. Unexamined, repressed experiences can hide deeply, seem long forgotten, and often return at unexpected moments.

“I’m ready to do anything as long as my father is alive”: how children of the war are cared for in Ukraine

Where children who lost their parents in the war can get help?

Father was burned alive by the russian occupants. How children experience loss and what help they receive

The Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes” takes care of children who lost one or both parents due to the war.

Ukrainian kids whose dad was ‘burned alive’ by Russians front heartbreaking charity appeal

Eyewitnesses told how kindhearted Serhiy died trying to save others – now his children and widowed with need help to survive the winter

Identified son by his bright backpack: Russians killed the father of two children near Kyiv during the occupation

A Russian sniper killed a father of two children during the occupation in Bucha near Kyiv.

His last words were – “It hurts a lot”: The story of a hero of Ukraine and his family

In 2019, the man went to defend Ukraine voluntarily.

He was a defender of Ukraine’s borders for almost 20 years: the family of the fallen border guard is mourning the loss

To help the children who lost one or both of their parents due to the war in Ukraine. This mission is implemented by the charitable foundation “Children of Heroes.”

The father was burned alive by the occupants. How a family from Ivankiv is experiencing the loss, and what help do they receive?

One of the families who survived the occupation of Russian troops in Kyiv region shares their own life story “under bullets and shells.” The family is experiencing a heavy loss – the death of her father and loving husband.

Saving the life of his comrade in the last moments: how the Children of Heroes Foundation helps the family survive the loss

More than five thousand children lost one or two parents due to the Russian-Ukrainian war. These data are according to the charitable foundation “Children of Heroes.”

The Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes”

The charity foundation “Children of Heroes” was founded in the second month of the war. Its mission is to accompany children who lost one or two parents during the war until adulthood.

Oleksandr Shovkovskyi met with the “Children of Heroes” and shared life wisdom with them

Oleksandr Shovkovskyi is the legendary Ukrainian goalkeeper of Dynamo Kyiv and the Ukrainian national team. Among his merits are more than a hundred matches in the UEFA league, which up to 10 world football players can boast.

Children of war: what psychological problems need to be overcome

How to help a child survive the loss of parents during the war.

“When my father’s friend was taking this family out of the occupied village, the Russian military easily let them go on the road, which turned out to be mined. The car exploded on an anti-tank mine, and the boy’s mother was burned alive” – Hanna Khomenko

The story of each family under the care of the Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes” is painful because we are talking about children who lost one or both parents during the war.

The child lost his parents because of the Russian attack. How to tell them about it? And how to help?

“Babel” and the Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes” foundation answer difficult questions.

Mentoring, education, socialization. How to help children who lost one or both parents during the war

Since March 2022, the Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes” has been providing comprehensive assistance to children who have lost their parents. If you know such children, please get in touch with the foundation.

The Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes” told what children who lost their parents in the war needed

Since the beginning of the full-scale war, thousands of children have lost one or both parents. If you remove the emotional component, which is almost impossible to separate, it is a massive loss for the state.

The shocking memories from Bucha: children had to pass by the dead body of their father lying in the street

Thousands of children in Ukraine lost their parents during the war. What have these children experienced and what kind of help do they receive? The Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes” shared an example of one family which supports such children.

Legal assistance to children affected by military operations

Many Ukrainian children now find themselves in complicated and atypical for their age life situations. The war has deprived them of a sense of security and home, making many orphans or semi-orphans.

The Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes” helps Ukrainian orphans

Czech television Česká televize.

For children about the war. Why “do not cry” and “everything will be fine” are damaging

Ukrainian children, especially those who have been in the country for the last five months during active hostilities, have already become “children of war.”

The largest and most famous edition of Japan “Yomiuri Shimbun” published an article about the Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes”

The Japan News by The Yomiuri Shimbun ranks first among the country’s most popular newspapers, published since 1874 in Japanese and English under the name “The Japan News” twice a day. Its circulation is 9 million copies.

“I have always been worried about children”: Hanna Khomenko about the work of the Children of Heroes Foundation

Hanna Khomenko heads the direction of assistance to families. She supervises the work of a large team of specialists with the families under their care in the Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes.”

Left without a family: How the Children of Heroes Charitable Foundation supports Ukrainians

Losing your home, property, favorite things, or the opportunity to return to familiar places is scary. It is even worse to lose your closest ones. War destroys not only homes but also families.

Helping children whose parents were killed: about the work of charitable foundations, volunteers, and the state

Valeriia Abdal, a co-founder of the Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes,” tells about the work of charitable foundations, volunteers, and the state in helping the children of fallen soldiers.

Ukrainians can use their smartphones to help children who lost their parents because of the war

Vodafone Ukraine and the Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes” launched a short number 88004 to collect charitable contributions to help children who lost their parents during the war.

A project that makes children’s dreams come true has been launched in Ukraine

Franchise Group has launched a unique project to raise funds for the “Children of Heroes” charity fund. The project is called “Scale Up the Good” – everyone can help make dreams come true for those deprived of this opportunity by the war.

Children of Heroes need education equipment

The Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes” seeks equipment and donations for children who lost one or both parents during the war. Laptops and tablets are needed for online learning starting on September 1.

Restaurant Belkin

CELEBRATION OF UKRAINIAN BRANDS TO THE BIRTHDAY OF “BELKIN”

Family restaurant “Belkin” in honor of its first birthday, organizes a charity fair of Ukrainian brands, various master classes and live performances of musicians.

Vodafone

Vodafone Ukraine and the Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes” launched a short number 88004 to collect donations to help children who lost their parents due to war

Anyone who is a Vodafone Ukraine subscriber can contribute to helping children who lost one or both parents as a result of the war to restore their homes.

Makar and Alina

The Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes” helps children who have lost one or both parents

Since March 2022, the Charitable Foundation “Children of Heroes” has been providing comprehensive assistance to children who have lost their parents. If you know such children, please get in touch with the foundation.