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A starving and humiliated future of Georgia suffers in a damp and dilapidated house and sleeps on a single couch! Should any of the angels die so that the others can survive?

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April 20, 2023
One-year-old Ani is burning with a fever, and her mother doesn't have a thermometer or any medicine to relieve her daughter's suffering. Ani has a fever, but they can’t take her temperature and there are no medications at home. There is only one way out: to call an ambulance or wait for the neighbors to wake up and ask them for fever-reducing medication.
Charity number:
$ 1,887.66
( 381 Donors )
Project completed!

From the very first minutes, Tatia felt your love - the love of the friends of the Fund!


Meet the new citizen of Georgia – Tatia. We hope everything will be wonderful for you, sweetheart

"Just look how tiny she is," says six-year-old Nia about her sleeping little sister. “She's so fair-skinned! Isn't it funny how she snores? And her eyes are blue. She weighs only three kilograms, such a little one. And they gave her tiny things: a little sundress, a tiny shirt, an overall, a little jacket."

In the large Tsitelashvili family, the beauty Tatia was born. All the readers of our Fund eagerly awaited her arrival, and they generously gifted the much-needed items to the large family: a crib, a stroller, clothes for the baby girl, formula, diapers, and toys.

And they saved Tatia's mom - Tsisana - from serious health problems. To support her six children on her own, she donated blood for months and bought bread until she fell ill with anemia.

Such wonderful children should only dream about beautiful things, not about a bathroom, a toilet, or fixing the roof

- Tsisana, congratulations to you on behalf of all the readers of the Fund! May the little one be healthy and happy. How do you and the baby girl feel right now?

Tsisana: The little one is doing well. She's a calm girl. She was born weighing 2900 grams and measuring 49 centimeters in length. Instead of my husband, from whom I separated, my friend accompanied me to the hospital. Of course, I burst into tears from emotions when I saw my princess... Although, before childbirth, I wasn't feeling joyful at all.

This crib was gifted by you with great care and love. The little one is free and comfortable in it

A month before giving birth, I was brought to the hospital unconscious with severe form of anemia. My hemoglobin critically dropped, and my blood pressure spiked to 150. They discovered numerous health issues, and it involved significant medical expenses. Only you remained by my side at that moment, taking full responsibility for mine and the baby's health. I needed blood transfusions and other medical assistance. The baby was treated for an infection two weeks after birth. Then, I needed medications for recovery. Every time I called you or my mother contacted you, we were guaranteed to receive help. Thank you for helping us overcome this situation and covering all the expenses related to childbirth.

Nia: "Tatia is like a little doll. So tiny and delicate"

"We are no longer little ones - we've moved to a different level; this is the bed that has arrived for us"

- Is anemia still a concern for you, or were you able to overcome it?

Tsisana: I didn't go for a follow-up examination. I got caught up and forgot about the illness. I'm focused on taking care of the baby. Maybe I need another blood transfusion. You know why I became a donor? To buy food for my children. For 650 milliliters of blood, I initially received 35 laris, then 50. I donated blood often, every two months. Even though I knew my hemoglobin was low, I tried to raise it through various means, took some supplements, and then went back to donate blood. But my body couldn't handle it. 

Zhanna, Tsisana’s mother: Please, continue to help us as you've done all these months. I'll go crazy if my daughter goes to donate blood again. It's not good for her.

Tsisana: I thank the readers and the Fund for the fact that during these few months when the project was ongoing, I could get groceries worth 300 lari from the store. Along with the social allowance, it was enough for us to get by. 

Nia (6-year-old): We also got meat-filled crepes and khinkali from the store. When will we be able to get them again? I really, really liked them.

Nia has wanted a dollhouse exactly like this one for a long time!

Nino hasn't stopped hugging her new tablet out of joy!

A new bike is a huge pleasure and fun. Mariam loves it.

Tsisana: After your video, people started reacting immediately. One generous person brought several boxes of groceries by his car – grains, pasta, oil, pastries. Then, a whole football team came to visit us – the coaches, the kids, their parents. I hope I'm not mixing things up, and Ilya Bajelidze was their leader. They also came with gifts and groceries. They brought a soccer ball for my Datucha. They lifted our spirits, and the kids fondly remember them.

Nia: "Look at this adorable little jacket for my little sister"

"And the tiny sundress"

"And the itty-bitty sweater"

Tsisana: "No matter how much laundry accumulates from the younger and older ones, I no longer worry. We have a new washing machine, and it will take care of everything"

Thanks to your project, another important change happened: two days after the video was posted online, the children's father reached out to me. He became responsive after seven months of silence. Now everything is okay. We're not together, but he sees the kids, and they won't have the trauma of their dad leaving them. Now I can ask him for help in taking care of the children.

Your readers never left me alone with my bad thoughts. Just when I started feeling sick and heavy-hearted, a call would come, and I would hear heartfelt words. This is how all of you helped me hold on before giving birth. You took care of finding a wonderful clinic and doctors, diapers, and extra nutrition for the baby. She's on breast milk, but I supplement her with formula. May your hearts be filled with joy and tranquility. May the Lord grant you the greatest blessings. It's just a pity that we have so many problems that can't be solved all at once. (Sighs.) 

Tsisana: “I don’t have much milk, but we have the formula you gifted"

Nia: "It tastes good to her, right, Mom? She doesn't let go of the bottle, she wants to eat it all!"

Tsisana: "An excellent stroller for walks, when she grows a little and learns to sit"

Ani (1.7 years old): "Let Tatia grow up, but for now, this stroller is just perfect for me!"

- Don't lose hope, Tsisana. What can't be done in one moment can be solved step by step. Let's list the remaining problems that concern you.

Tsisana: The biggest problem remains the lack of a bathroom and toilet. Because of this, the children have to walk a long distance. (Sighs.) We still don't have proper sewage. To set up even a small kitchen and bathroom, we need around 3000-3500 lari. The roof is leaking, and the house is constantly damp. This is causing things to deteriorate - the bed linens have rotted.

I'm also worried because I have four schoolchildren in my family, and I can't provide them with even the basic things for school. Social workers who come to our home see all this, but they insist that I must provide the children with normal conditions. And I have just 1300 lari of social allowance! I'm supposed to use that for repairs. If I can't manage that, they say they will handle that amount themselves. Please, I'll give it to them and see how they can feed, clothe, treat the children, and make proper repairs with 1300 laris.

Letters to the local authorities go unanswered. I'm always writing to them, asking for help with fixing the roof or finding affordable rental housing. That's why I donated blood, to earn a little extra. But I just can't do it anymore...

It's heartbreaking when these beautiful, innocent children dream of simple things like a bath and a toilet, or not having a leaking roof today. Should they have to dream about these things? Let's guide them towards beautiful dreams, providing them with basic comfort. Thank you for staying by Tsisana during the challenging and crucial moments of her life - during her pregnancy and childbirth. For Tsisana and her seven little angels, your decision to continue helping will bring immense joy and support.

If you have a heavy heart because of everyday problems or unresolved issues, as a distraction just see our posts on Facebook, or better call any of our beneficiaries, and all your problems will seem unimportant to you, compared with the problems of those to whom you helped in the most difficult moment of their lives.

Our problems are nothing if compared... Here are true misfortunes, in front of your eyes! Just thank the Lord for what you have. You are the happiest person in the world! Remember this and help those in need.

Unfortunately, problems of this and other families do not end here and now... Therefore, from time to time, look through the stories of unhappy people on our website, and talk to them. Every time you dial the Phone of an unhappy person, God is blessing you! For sure! Go on helping these families! This is the best service to the Lord!

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:

Your kindness is a chance for yourself to be happy!

Friends, thanks again to each of you!

Our Fund’s accounts are:

  - In Bank of Georgia GE42LB0115113036665000

  – In TBC Bank GE15TB7194336080100003;

  – In Liberty Bank GE42LB0115113036665000;

(Purpose: The Tsitelashvili family)

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

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

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

Let's believe that by helping others, we take care of our own souls and draw closer to Lord through the suffering that we share with them!

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