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Chernovetskyi Charity Fund

These little children have experienced nothing in their lives except hunger and illness. Dad and son suffer from epilepsy. But there is no money for medicines or food!

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July 5, 2023
Inside the dilapidated house, where the walls crumble with age and the windows are covered with cellophane, live children suffering from hunger and despair. They cry out, pleading for help, but it's as if they don't exist, as their words do not reach the "mighty of this world." Tamaz is only 3 years old, Giorgi is 5. He suffers from a treacherous disease - epilepsy, often frightening his parents and siblings with seizures. Barbare is 8-year-old. Her ultimate dream is to have one doll and soup. The poor girl hasn't even tasted anything else besides soup.
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$ 1,065.84
( 219 Donors )
Project completed!

My kids slept on the boards and cried. And now they are singing and sending you hearts!

REPOST RIGHT AWAY, MY GOOD MAN!  HELP YOUR FRIENDS TO GET CLOSER  TO THE WORK OF MERCY! 

Tazo is in a musical mood. He sends you a heart and a song about autumn.

'If it weren't for your letter to the People's Defender, we would still be living on the old farm like cattle,' says the mother of many children, Veriko.  'The kids would be sleeping on boards, and our belongings would be floating around the house during the rain.'

Before the project, the family lived on a farm in terrible conditions

The swamp by the tap in the yard smelled of decay, and here they used to wash dishes and fetch water.

'After your letter, everything changed very quickly. The People's Defender drew the attention of the district authorities. They immediately found a new home for us with proper conditions, and we were urgently moved here.  The children are very happy, and I am even happier than them, because they finally have a normal life. And as a housewarming gift, you brought us a new TV and a washing machine from the Fund's readers. You are amazing! In one fell swoop, you solved our big problem, pulled us out of a dead end.' 

Happy Tazo and Gio welcome us at the door of their new home. 

The house is renovated, offering comfortable living conditions; it's clean and spacious’

Veriko: Thank you for caring about us from the first day we met. Before we moved into our current home, readers had already repaired the roof on that old farm so that we wouldn't get wet under the rain. And then your letter arrived, turning our lives around 180 degrees. 

- Kids, what makes the new house different from the old one? What do you like about it here?

Barbare: Here, there are clean, beautiful walls.  There are windows and doors. The tap is inside the house, not in the yard. ' There are no puddles around the tap, no smell of decay, and no frogs croaking (smiles). 

Now the tap is inside the house, and they wash dishes with warm water.

Giorgi: There are soft beds here, it doesn't hurt to sleep on them. I don't complain to my mom anymore that everything hurts.

Tazo: And I don't cry either, and my bed doesn't hurt me.

Kids sleep on soft beds, not on bare boards

They can put things on shelves, there's the furniture they need

Barbare: You can bathe in the shower. It's great! The hot water comes on its own, mom doesn't have to heat it.

Veriko: The state pays for the rent of this house and for utilities. Until you showed all our horrors in your video, until you brought the case to the Public Defender, no one wanted to know about us. How good it is that you are so active and draw the attention of the state to the problems of individual families. Hell knows how long we would have lived on the farm if you hadn't pushed our case. There is no limit to how long we can live here, as long as we need to.

Also, the district administration gave us a one-time voucher for food and clothing, which we are entitled to once a year. We went shopping right away and bought some new clothes for Barbare.  They enrolled my son Georgi in a state rehabilitation program, and a doctor will come to our home. 

Who would have thought this was possible?  But without you, we wouldn't have received anything or achieved this.

- Barbare, will you show what you chose for yourself? Or did your mom pick out the clothes for you?

Barbare: I know better what suits me.

- And what is it?

Barbare: Checkered dresses or ones with some cute animal, preferably a cat.    Fluffy jackets. Pants. I chose these items at our store.

Barbare laid out her new clothes and then showed how good she looked in them

In a dress with a cat 

In a fluffy jacket 

Scottish style

- Have the kids at school given you compliments? You're an adorable model!

Barbare: My friend liked it. Also my classmate said it's a beautiful dress and he really likes it.

- He wanted to say you're beautiful, but he didn't dare to.

Barbare: Well, I guess so (smiles). But I was very pleased, I was excited. We're generally in a good mood lately.

- Kids, what makes you in a happy mood?

You don't have to ask Tazo, he has the good mood remote in his hand!

Giorgi: I get the most joy from a new bike and also the gummy candies and the cookies you brought. And the little cars. And the TV. I watch Masha and the Bear on there.

With the bike, Gio forgets about his ailments - diabetes and epilepsy. He's the most carefree and happy boy! 

Barbare: I'm in a joyful mood with the new house, the clothes, the TV. I like to watch Tom and Jerry. And my mom's moods come from the house and, strangely enough, the washing machine.

Veriko: Not strange at all. I used to be a washing machine myself (smiles), endlessly rinsing and wringing. I'd just blink, and there were new mountains of laundry... And I did laundry in cold water. Of course, I'm thrilled with my liberation and grateful to everyone who lifted that burden off me.

Thanks to the Fund's readers for the new appliances, and thanks for the groceries. The kids, of course, went straight for the sweets. And I, as a housewife, was glad to have supplies: sunflower oil, cereals, vegetables....

We are about to face one very important event, which would not have happened without the support of the Fund's readers. Giorgi needs to undergo leg surgery.  Your Fund is covering half of the amount, for which I am immensely grateful. In addition to epilepsy and diabetes, my son has another ailment – vascular malformation. Because of this, my boy has a limp on one leg. I hope everything will go well. I'm worried, of course, and Giorgi is not very worried. Thank God he's not an alarmist.

- Everything will be great, don't worry. What would you say to our readers, to all those who have supported you?

Veriko: Our neighbors used to help us, but it has never been the case that completely unfamiliar people would lend us a hand. How deeply must one feel the sorrow of a stranger's family to act immediately? You managed to change our lives for the better. Your care, efforts, and love have made such a difference that we've moved away from that cursed dead end, bid farewell to inhumane living conditions. 

My children used to cry all the time, and now they sing. I ask the Lord to grant you the greatest blessings, the greatest joys in life, and, most importantly, good health for this.

– Veriko, it's great that there have been changes, that there's a mood and hope. By the way, about songs.  Who was singing in the next room? I did not see who it was.

Giorgi: Tazo, come out!  They're asking about you.  You can sing here. I'm not shy about this lady anymore, and neither is Barbara. (Tazo comes out, smiling.) 

– Tazo, who were you singing for? 

Tazo’s audience.  This large animal family is a gift from readers and neighbors.

Tazo: For my new cars and toys. (Laughs, starts singing without being asked): კართან მოდგა შემოდგომა, ნაადრევად მოფრენილი... (Translation – 'Autumn knocked on the door, arriving early...')  (Giorgi hums along.)

– Well done, kids! Do you want to dedicate this song to our readers?

Giorgi: Pass on the song and three hearts from me, Barbare, and Tazo.

– I'll pass everything exactly! - Veriko, where do you need our assistance?

Veriko: Our most pressing concern is food.  Support with groceries would be greatly appreciated. We almost have no bedding; everything we have is down to a single set. If it gets dirty, we have nothing to replace it with. Our requests haven't gone unanswered, and I want to thank you in advance.

In the Kirvalidze family, with four children, the parents are unable to work. Ramazi, the father, suffers from epilepsy, triggering seizures with the slightest exertion. Veriko, the mother, dedicates much of her time to caring for their son Giorgi, who requires special attention,o help." in addition to managing household chores and attending to her other children. This family needs consistent care, including supplies like food, medications, and clothing.  You can visit their page (active link below) to make a donation, offer assistance with items, or suggest other ways to help. We would be grateful for any responses!

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: office-fsp@fsp.ge

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 GE64BG0000000470458000

In TBC Bank GE15TB7194336080100003

In Liberty Bank GE42LB0115113036665000

(Purpose: The Kirvalidze 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). 

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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