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We found a house in Georgia from an American horror movie!!! Caution: not recommended for the faint-hearted and children under 16 to watch!

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September 19, 2023
In this so-called house, if you step on the 'wrong' spot, you might lose your leg. Only ruins remain from the former school. The building was in such a horrendous condition that authorities, fearing for the students' lives, had to close the school. What a 'touching' concern for the students, right? But for one family, in the eyes of the local authorities, living in this building with two children is not a problem. One more or one less family in Georgia - is it such a big deal? They think it's not a problem! But this is how they think - those without warm Georgian hearts! But not us, and not the 94,000 subscribers of the website. Friends, please subscribe, or we might lose not just this family - there are so few of us already!)
Charity number:
$ 1,137.59
( 240 Donors )
Project completed!

I would take a selfie with all the readers on my new Tablet!


Irina: I'll start a TikTok and download movies and videos.' 

- I used to clean our home seven times a day, can you imagine? - says Irma. Any woman would go crazy from this. We had an earthen floor, and there was black dust on our things, and we breathed the dust ourselves. And when water was pouring from the roof, we just kneaded the mud with our feet. 

“We used  to walk on an earthen floor, breathing in dust.”

I would never have cleaned this space in my life if you hadn't poured cement on the floor. For this alone, I'm ready to bless and hug you. And I also want to thank you for the help with food and medications, for the gifts to my children. And for your ability to communicate with the authorities and get results.  "Out of respect for you, the head of the local administration came to us, just like that!"

Now, the floor is covered with cement, and it's much cleaner!"

- Irma, what were the results of the authorities' visit, what did they agree on with you?

Irma: Ramaz Khurtsilava, the head of the administration, came from Martvili, and his staff came with him. They arrived, of course, after receiving your letter. They provided us with used windows and instructed us to submit an application for roof repair - they promised to transfer 700 GEL for this. They brought a truck with sand. And we already had cement from you, so we managed to pour concrete on the floor in the 'hall.' I still have 20 bags of your cement. If we find sand, perhaps we can pour concrete on the floor in the other rooms.

Irakli is happy: "I can run around here as much as I want.”

But now it's clean, the children don't get dirty, and I have less laundry. We're moving forward, thanks to you. The children are excited about everything new. Look, we've installed a new two-story bed purchased by the Fund, and they joyfully covered the entire wall with their drawings.

The children now have a new bunk bed. And as for the wallpaper, for now, those are their drawings.

Irina: I've drawn so much that it's enough for both the first and second floors.  The first floor is for Irakli, the second is for me, because I'm not afraid of heights.

- Iri, what would you draw as a gift for our readers?

Irina: I would draw our Martvili waterfalls and the canyon for them. We have so much beauty here! And the most beautiful sunset in all of Georgia.  I often capture it on my new tablet. I would also add hearts to that drawing and write a huge thank you!

Irina: "I capture everything on the tablet: beautiful sunsets, selfies with friends..."

- Iri, what else do you capture on the tablet?

Irina: Selfies with friends, myself, and Irakli. For example, I took a picture of him on the bike. Nice, isn't it? But Irakli doesn't know how to take pictures.

Irina: 'Here, I took Irakli's picture, a good shot, right?' 

Irakli: I know how, she just doesn't like it.  She says, "This won't do," "This isn't good," "Take my picture again."'

- All the girls do that.

Irakli: Oh, I'd rather ride my new bike. I'm good on flat roads now. But I can't go to grandma's yet – she lives uphill. That's something I can't manage yet. It's hard to ride uphill.

Irakli: “I can ride well on a flat road, but I haven't learned to go uphill yet.'”

- You will learn this too! I'm sure you will. What would you thank our readers for, Irakli?

Irakli: Firstly, for the bike. And secondly, for mom bringing tasty things from the store: sausage, sausages, chicken... I really liked that!  Thank you so much!

Irma: I received transfers from the Fund and went for groceries. I didn't tell the kids. When they saw me with full bags, they bombarded me with questions:   'Mom, where is it from?' 'Will we eat all this?'  'Who else?'  (laughs). Oh, they were thrilled. I also bought sugar, sunflower oil, beans, onions with the transfers. I even got a bag of flour – I'll bake bread myself. Where to get money to buy bread in the store every day?

Both my son and I constantly need medications. My son inherited my problem – narrowed blood vessels. We both need 'cavinton,' we take 'no-spa,' drops... I have problems with heart, blood pressure, and I'm visually impaired. It's peaceful to know that with your help, I've acquired all the medications. I also added some cold remedies, just in case. It's not easy to avoid getting sick in our conditions.

- Irma, what would you say to our readers who participated in the project?"

Irma: We have never received so much attention. I am especially happy and grateful for my children. I wish you a carefree life, prosperity, and a good fate.  May illnesses and misfortunes pass you by thousands of kilometers.  If I only could, I would hug all of you and stand there, hugging. So you could feel how my heart beats with joy, how my eyes cry with gratitude, and how strong my appreciation is. Words cannot convey that... And my kids would come too, and they would hug you.  Am I right, Irina, Irakli?

Irakli: Sure!

Irina: And I would take selfie with them!

- Cool idea, Iri! - Irma, you still have unresolved problems.  Let's remind everyone of them so that readers can continue their support.

Irma: Oh, Lord, are you ready to help us again!  We still don't have water, electricity, and I dream of laying linoleum on the cement floor, completing the flooring in the remaining rooms. I'm afraid we might burden others with our problems (smiles shyly). If anyone feels like lending a hand, we would gladly and gratefully accept the assistance.

The Tsula family is trying to adapt the emergency space of an old school for housing. There is nothing to say about home comfort. It's just a roof over their heads to avoid sleeping on the street.  Conditions remain very challenging - no electricity, no water, no appliances; the children live in dilapidated walls. The improvement of the room is not yet complete, and you can actively participate in it.

Thank you for caring about poor Georgian families.  Our children deserve nothing but a happy life.

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 Tsulaia 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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