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If little angels in Georgia stop laughing and soaring on the wings of our love, if they become outcasts in their own land, then our nation will cease to exist! We are already so, so few, my friends!!!

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April 16, 2024
Large families in need often live as if they're in an African ghetto for undocumented migrants! But they're not migrants! They're citizens of proud Georgia! Soon, these children will grow up, and their future is our collective responsibility. Meet Nari and Giorgi Chakhaia are the heroes of our story today. They're the parents of seven children, living in heartbreaking poverty! They worry about what lies ahead for their kids. Nari (Mom): Do you have any idea how tough life is for us? The allowance is like a drop in the ocean, it's never enough, and many people look down on us! Saying we've just been popping kids out... Tell me (speaking to the interviewer), aren't my healthy and beautiful children valuable to my Georgia? Tell me honestly! Why should I feel ashamed for having a large family? Shouldn't I hold my head up high and take pride in it?
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This family needs clothes the most. Clothe them, and your soul will be enveloped with God's blessings!

If little angels in Georgia stop laughing and soaring on the wings of our love, if they become outcasts in their own land, then our nation will cease to exist! We are already so, so few, my friends!!!

REPOST RIGHT AWAY, MY GOOD MAN! HELP YOUR FRIENDS FIND THE WAY TO GOD!

You can help save someone's life and become closer to God! Send SMS to number 97100

Large families in need often live as if they're in an African ghetto for undocumented migrants! But they're not migrants! They're citizens of proud Georgia! Soon, these children will grow up, and their future is our collective responsibility. 

Meet Nari and Giorgi Chakhaia are the heroes of our story today. They're the parents of seven children, living in heartbreaking poverty! They worry about what lies ahead for their kids.

"Is having children in our country only for the wealthy?"

Nari (Mom): Do you have any idea how tough life is for us? The allowance is like a drop in the ocean, it's never enough, and many people look down on us!  Saying we've just been popping kids out... Tell me (speaking to the interviewer), aren't my healthy and beautiful children valuable to my Georgia? Tell me honestly! Why should I feel ashamed for having a large family? Shouldn't I hold my head up high and take pride in it? 

Isn't this adorable and healthy little girl a gift to all of us, to our Georgia, friends?! Don't her parents deserve our attention and care?!

Anna (3 years old): "I love candies more than Mom... I've tasted Mom. She's always kissing me, but she is not as tasty..."

Nini (8 years old): "I really wish I could be a pretty girl. For that, I need a beautiful toy."

- My God! It hurts so much to hear your words, dear! 

Nari: I'm so afraid our children will become the butt of jokes because of our situation. And we fear that due to lack of proper nutrition, the children will fall ill. The allowances we receive barely cover food for the kids.  We don't want to live off allowances and ask for help from someone, but we simply have no other choice. My husband has health issues: his heart hurts, he can't lift heavy things. I'm home with the children. My in-laws are also unwell and unable to work. How can we keep everyone on the allowance? Eating soup once a day – isn't it terrible! 

"Our children are Georgia's greatest wealth, just like all other children!"

- How do the children react to the family situation?

Nari: They feel our anxiety. I know they all have secret wishes, but they're so kind, they don't tell us anything. They see everything, they understand everything! They don't have phones or tablets, and it hampers their studies. The boys envy and watch sadly the neighbors riding bicycles... Thank God, they don't yet realize what awaits them in the future! I plead for them... Friends of the Fund, don't abandon my family!" 

Nini (8-year-old): Can I tell you about my wishes too? Are you a magician?

- Well, of course! Right now, I'll 'interrogate' all of you and write down your wishes. 

Nini: Well then, write down my wish!  I want a bicycle and lots of toys, many dolls, and fancy girl clothes.

Anna (3-year-old): Me too! Me too! I want a bicycle! But a small pink one!

Datuna (12-year-old): “I dream of becoming a rugby player, but I don't know if I'm allowed to play. A doctor needs to say that, and we can't reach one. Mom doesn't have money for the bus to take me to the doctor!" 

- Nari, what’s wrong with Datuna? What kind of doctor does he need? 

Nari: Datuna was born with heart problems. In 2016, when he was 4 years old, he underwent a complex heart surgery, I don't know what it's called, they fixed some valves... The surgery lasted for 12 hours! We've been through a lot with him! He was on the verge of death! And now he needs to see a doctor! He doesn't understand, but he needs to! And there's no money to go to the doctor!

"Children are my everything... Every day, I thank God for giving me these wonderful kids!

"The state gave us this house. We have a house, but it's almost empty. See for yourselves!"

"Whoever fits on this bed sleeps here!  The rest sleep on the floor, or with us!"

- Nari, you're 37 years old, and you're the mother of seven wonderful kids.  You probably got married early?

Nari: Yes, I was 19 when I met Giorgi. At that time, I was working as a teacher, teaching computer skills. I had other plans in life, but marriage changed everything. And of course, I never thought I would become a mother of many children. But that's how it turned out. And today, I'm grateful to God for each of my children. Mariam is the oldest, she's 15. Lizi was born one year later, then Datuna - he’s 12 years old, and Gio is 10. Then comes Nini, she's 8 years old. And the youngest ones are three-year-old Ani and 18-month-old Barbare. 

- How else can we help, Nari?

Nari: Oh, beds are our sore point. We don't have enough furniture and beds for everyone. Look at the conditions we live in. Our clothes are scattered everywhere. We eat in turns. We don't have enough chairs. 

- Nari, have you sought help?

Nari: We've sought help many times, and once the government gave us this house... We're grateful for that!  But it's empty! 

- What else, besides beds and furniture, could make your life easier? 

Gio (10-year-old): Mom, say scooter! (Whispers in his mom's ear.)

Ani: (whispers in her mom's other ear): Say bicycle, mom!

Nari: Oh, they're so funny! They have nothing to eat, but they want to live well... We really need a refrigerator, an electric water heater, a sink... 

Nini: And I want us to have a delicious lunch every day. Something warm, tasty, not just these noodles. I want juice! And I want cake and candies! 

They're waiting for you, kind friends! They're waiting for when God helps them stand on their own feet with your hands! If they survive - Georgia will survive and be replenished with healthy and good people! Because it's precisely those children who know what poverty is, who often become the pride of the nation! Almost all the richest people in the world come from poor families...

Dear friends,These wonderful people are in a dire situation. More accurately, they are on the brink of life and death. They are in urgent need of our support!

At the moment, they need to buy food, hygiene products, beds, a wardrobe, a refrigerator, a sink, and a water heater.  And the children need everything essential: a computer, phones and tablets, bicycles, scooters, and toys... And yes, lots of candies! And it's crucial to take Datuna to the doctor for examination. It is a matter of life and death.  If anyone is able to visit the family and meet these charming children in person, you won't regret it! Meeting them will be a memory you'll cherish for life! 

Here's their address: Zugdidi Municipality, village of Ganmukhuri.

Every time you can help someone, just do it, and rejoice that God answers someone's prayers through you!

We are sure that all together we will manage to save this family from imminent death.

REPOST RIGHT AWAY, MY GOOD MAN! HELP YOUR FRIENDS FIND THE WAY TO GOD! It’s extremely important!

Friends, there is one more request: if you know about the misfortune of a neighbor or friend do a godly deed, drop us an email at: office-fsp@fsp.ge.

Our Fund’s accounts are:

- In Bank of Georgia GE64BG0000000470458000

– In TBC Bank GE15TB7194336080100003

– In Liberty Bank GE42LB0115113036665000

(Purpose: The Chakhaia family).

You can also transfer money from our website: Bank of Georgia (e-commerce), TБC Bank (GeoPay), Liberty Bank (PayGe), PayPal

It is also possible to transfer money from ExpressPay, TBCpay, and PayBox (OPPA) terminals. Find our Fund under "Charity" section (you can read more about rights and responsibilities of the Fund following the link https://goo.gl/GY2Gus).

We have already helped thousands of disadvantaged people! Let’s support this family too! And who knows, maybe someday we ourselves will need the help of strangers! Life is always unpredictable!

Even if you dial once this special number, it might save someone's life. It might save someone's life:  0901200270!  God bless you!

 Corr.: Nino   

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This family needs clothes the most. Clothe them, and your soul will be enveloped with God's blessings!
Our Fund’s accounts:
In Bank of Georgia
In TBC Bank
In Liberty Bank

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