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Prisoner of eternal torment. But, thank God, we are given a chance to perform a miracle! To bring happiness to someone during their earthly life!

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August 3, 2023
The Greek mythical hero - Sisyphus - was punished by Zeus for robbing the travelers! Essentially, he was a dangerous criminal, a scoundrel, and a killer! But he was from a family of gods and incredibly strong! However, even he couldn't have imagined the suffering that our own, without exaggeration, Georgian Sisyphus - Levan Toliashvili - is condemned to for a lifetime by the callous indifference of local officials.
Charity number:
$ 2,492.85
( 497 Donors )
Project completed!

Thank you for giving us a break from our joyless lives!


Levan: "Thank you very much for treating me with respect,"

 "I've always been alone," says Levan. "People avoided me because of my disability. No one cared how I crawled down from the fifth floor to the ground, cutting my knees in the process. How I survived, what I ate... I'm very pleased now that I've seen a completely different attitude. Your readers cared - they treated me with respect.  They sent a bed so that I wouldn't sleep on the old sofa with its prickly springs, a refrigerator so that my mom and I wouldn't eat spoiled food, a TV so that I wouldn't go crazy from boredom... I'm very grateful for this respect."

- Sometimes the day would pass so that I didn't even have a spoonful of soup to give my son, says Tamar. 

"We are still very poor, but, thanks to you and the Lord, our situation is no longer catastrophic. Joy and hope have entered our hearts that Levan will be able to walk.

'Thank you for sharing hope and happiness with us!'"

- Tamar, what have the readers managed to help you with, and which problems have already been resolved?

Tamar: I am very grateful to the Fund for the attention they have given us. I no longer keep clothes in the old kitchen cupboard, next to the salt and vegetable oil.  Oh, do you still remember that nightmare of ours... And on top of the cupboard, we used to store food from the social canteen because we didn't have a refrigerator. On the very next day, the food would spoil, and we would remain semi-hungry.

Come with me, I'll show you how everything is neatly organized (opens the closet). Our clothes, Levan's and mine, are now in their rightful place – in the closet. Food is in the new refrigerator.

Now everything is in its rightful place: food in the new refrigerator, clothes in the closet.

The new closet, considering the limited space, fits perfectly in the corner of the room.

And it's no longer just meager cafeteria food. Thanks to your contributions, I've been able to switch Levan to normal meals.  I've even dared to buy chicken, butter for sandwiches, pancakes, and other semi-prepared and frozen foods. With 300 lari, two people can eat quite well. I really hope this program continues. These four months have been such a relief, knowing I didn't have to worry about food. 

Thanks to your generous contributions, I've stocked up on semi-prepared foods that Levan loves like dumplings, pancakes, nuggets, and more. 

 I was happy to get rid of my tabletop gas stove, which did not work properly and leaked and the faulty washing machine. Now, all the appliances are working well, and nothing stresses me out. The new washing machine does such a good job spinning the laundry that it's almost dry, and it dries quickly. 

Tamar: "My role is quite simple: add detergent and hit the 'start' button, and the rest is automatic."

"It washes exceptionally well and leaves the clothes almost dry."

And with this brand-new gas stove, I feel like a master chef, even when I'm making a simple soup or frying pancakes for Levan (laughs – editor). I've never had anything so beautiful in my life. It keeps my spirits high, and I want to cook with love, even when I'm tired. Then I polish it until it shines, so there's not a single smudge on the surface. 

"I feel like a master chef with this brand-new gas stove." 

 While waiting for lunch, Levan asked for a sandwich.

By the way, this frying pan was a gift from one of our readers. She hit the mark perfectly - on my old frying pan, food didn't fry; it burned and stuck.

- Do you remember your guest's name? Did you make any other acquaintances during the project?

Tamar: Our guest turned out to be quite modest, she didn't mention her name. She is a very pleasant woman; she came with her husband. They brought a mattress and clothing for Levan, including sports pants and T-shirts. I thank her for finding the time and opportunity to help us.

I'd like you to mention the Arabuli brothers.   They also brought me a refrigerator. So now I have two refrigerators, as happened, and I can help someone in need and pass it on. Folks, thank you so much! Levan and I are thrilled to have met such wonderful people.

We haven't met any of you who have supported us in person, but let my prayer be with each of you. May your life's journey be filled with joy and success, prosperity and well-being. Health to you and your families. Thank you for allowing us to breathe amid our difficult and joyless life! Thank you for sharing hope and happiness with us, for not turning away and for taking on our problems.  Thanks to you, our lives have also begun to change, bringing good news and positive events.

- We look forward to hearing good news from you!

Tamar: I am happy that the Fund was interested in Levan's situation and told the representative of the Turkish clinic Kalbatoni Natia about him. She contacted us and requested X-rays of Levan's legs and pelvis so that the doctor could assess the situation and determine if they could help Levan. She also showed the video you took of Levan to the Turkish doctor.  Naturally, I didn't have the means for any X-rays; the Fund took care of that.

"The Turkish doctor looked at the X-rays and said that they could help Levan."

We have received hopeful news from Turkey that has deeply excited both my son and me. Levan will be able to walk normally if he undergoes five surgeries: on his pelvis, his foot, tendon grafting, and others. Kalbatoni Natia says it's possible to get state funding from the Tbilisi City Hall and the Ministry of Health. She has promised not to leave us alone in this matter. Perhaps the Turkish clinic will also offer discounts.

We couldn't even dream of anything like this until we met you! My little son has regained hope. Lord, maybe it will work out for us too? We see the miracles you work. We were so happy for the little boy, for Lazare Jibladze. He's also under your care.

 - The news is indeed excellent. How's your mood, Levan? What are you thinking about now?

Levan: I really want to walk - I want it so much!  It would make me the happiest. I don't know when or how it will happen but thank you for giving me hope. I'm grateful that you've taken care of me. I sleep on a good bed and can watch my favorite rugby on a plasma TV. I'm a rugby fan, crazy about it. I also listen to music and enjoy comedians.

Our new TV has internet, so I mostly watch my favorite rugby and play music." 

"The old couch made my entire body ache because of the springs and metal parts. But on this bed, I sleep peacefully."

When I know that your team from the Fund is coming, I'm ready to descend from the fifth floor on my knees, even if it means hurting my legs, to meet you at the entrance. You stand for me, and I stand for you in the same way!

- May God grant you 100 years of health, Levan! Tamara, has the state in any way been involved in addressing your issues?

Tamar: It's hard to understand them. For instance, they refused to provide an electric wheelchair for Levan. The Ministry of Health said, "Even though he is a pensioner, he is still young. We only provide wheelchairs to elderly patients." At the same time, they funded rehabilitation: I'm currently taking my son for physiotherapy and exercises on machines. 

Mobility remains a serious challenge, a struggle for Levan. But I believe that with help of God and your help, he will get better.

Even the slightest hope that he may someday walk on his own makes Levan glow with a smile.

But for now, everything remains the same: he goes through agony as he descends from the fifth floor on his knees just to get into his wheelchair and see the street.

- What assistance do you need right now?

Tamar: If it's possible, I would like to ask for continued food assistance. It helps us significantly. And also my blood pressure medication -   I cannot skip taking it. May God bless you!

 Tamar: “May my prayer be with each of you!” 

Your involvement mends Levan's soul and shields him from bitter thoughts of being an outcast. Thanks to your dedicated efforts, the everyday life of Levan and his mother Tamara has become more comfortable, easier, and many domestic issues have been resolved. Levan's life could potentially see numerous happy changes, especially in light of the recent news from the doctor. However, this is a long journey towards realizing the dream of standing on his own two feet, and at every step, our support is needed.   Right now, you can provide help with groceries.

We thank you for the essential work you do, driven by the call of your heart and the inspiration received from the Lord.

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: Levan Toliashvili)

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

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: 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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