Chernovetskyi Charity Fund

I will eat this bread and after I will eat you too!

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24 Mart 2022
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Little Saba looks at us like we’re the enemies and hugs his bread. He won't give it to anyone. Even mom, even brother! He knows that this piece is the last one for today. This is the most delicious piece, and tomorrow they may have nothing.
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I will eat this bread and after I will eat you too!


Little Saba looks at us like we’re the enemies and hugs his bread. He won't give it to anyone. Even mom, even brother! He knows that this piece is the last one for today. This is the most delicious piece, and tomorrow they may have nothing.

His older brother Nikusha apologizes for the two-year-old Saba, tries to translate the conversation. He says that he is not always so mean, that sometimes he is very cute, and you want to kiss him

  - What is your favorite food, Nikusha?

  Nikusha (12 years old): It does not matter to me. I want to be a military man, like dad... But not like dad. He left me. When I become a dad, I will not leave my children, I will be with them all the time.

 -What else would you like to tell your daddy?

  Nikusha: I am a good boy, I grew up and want to hug him. I will be a military man like him.

 Lia: Nikusha takes this hard. He loves his father so much. But Saba - he is only two years old - does not remember his father. He was only three months old when my husband left us. He has another family now. We haven’t seen him after that. But I prefer not to talk about that. I have learned to live alone. But I can no longer take care of my children and my sick sister alone.

 - Lia, tell us everything in order, introduce us to them.

  Sofia (22-year-old): Hello, I'm beautiful Sofia! Will you take a picture of me? I love candy! I'm a good girl! So, take a picture of me! Take a lot of photos! Guests never come to visit me.

  Lia: This is my sister Sofia. My poor one... I wouldn't wish what she went through on my enemy! She has developmental problems. When our parents died, I was 15 years old, and she was very young. She was handed over to an orphanage, then some family raised her. Just recently I managed to bring her back and to take custody of her. It’s pretty hard for me to raise my two children alone, but I wouldn’t leave my sister alone.

“We are sitting by the stove in this cave. We have nothing to eat. I think what I can cook with only flour and pasta "

 - How do you manage to cope?

  Lia: Our only income is the social allowance. I can’t work because of my sister and my little son. I buy flour, pasta - that’s how we cope. If not for the food from the social canteen we would have starved to death.  Sofia is like a little girl - she is always hungry. Half a jar of buckwheat, half a jar of soup and half a bread is not enough for her alone. And we don’t get more.

“This food should be enough for four people for an entire day!”

 Sofia: Sofia loves yummies! Give me candy! Give me! I don’t like chips, I like chocolate. I am beautiful, look!

“Sofia loves candy - give me!”

 - You are a beautiful girl, Sofia!

  Sofia: And you are kind! Come to visit us again! I don't want chips, bring me chocolate! Both me and Nikusha! But not Saba! He is a cry-baby.

 Lia: She is like a little girl. My sweet one. She loves Nikusha very much, and they always fight with Saba for a piece of bread! When Saba grabs the bread, it’s impossible to pull it out of his hands! He is always hungry, what else to say.

"It’s my bread! I will not give it to anyone!"

"Don't even look at me! I'll eat everything! And I'll eat you too"

- What do you eat? What the means you get are enough for?

  Lia: As I said, money is enough for bread and flour, well, pasta as well, if there is no need to spend money on medications. You also need to buy diapers for Sofia. She can't do it herself. I feed her and bathe her. She is like my third daughter.

“I love playing with Nikusha. And I love you too!”

 - Nikusha, do you like playing with Sofia?

  Nikusha: She is very kind. She sometimes quarrels with Saba for bread, but she loves playing with me. I can even share my bread with her.

"I won't give anything to anyone!"

 - What are you dreaming about?

  Nikusha: I have one dream - I want a laptop and bicycle. Oh, it turned to be two dreams.

“I see other children riding bicycles - they don’t lend them to me... But I want to ride it so much”

 - Can you ride a bicycle?

  Nikusha: What to answer? My friends do not lend me their bikes, perhaps I would not have lent them mine either.

 Lia: I think I will never be able to buy toys for my children. I can’t even buy them candies. It’s so hard. That’s why I addressed you.

 - How can we help you?

  Lia: We have nothing of our own. We rent this apartment - well, if one can call this space so. We pay 150 GEL for it. Our parents sold their apartment when Sofia was born. They thought they would be able to treat her, but alas. So, we were left without a roof over our heads. I addressed you for help to ask for things that I would never be able to buy by myself. It’s a washing machine and fridge. We also need beds and diapers... And groceries... We are running out of firewood... I don’t know where to start my wish-list from... 

“We will light the woodstove, it will get warmer here. But we have no firewood left”

 Nikusha: Can I ask for a laptop?

 - You can even ask for bicycle!

  Nikusha: No! Just one of two! It’s embarrassing to ask for both of them.

 Saba (2-year-old): I want bun.

 Lia: My children are not picky. They have forgotten how to dream. And me too. But what can we do? We can no longer cope on our own.
 Nobody needs us. We only hope for you and your readers.

 - What are you expecting for?

  Lia: I read all your posts. Sometimes I feel like it doesn't really happen, or that it can only happen to others. I see how life is changing, or rather, how a new life begins for those who just recently were just on the verge of death. I hope that we will get our guardian angels too!

  Nikusha: I want to have friends... Real friends.


  I won't write here that we hope for your help I won't call for supporting this family! If you have read the article, then I am sure that this family is already in good hands.

They don't ask for much. They need food, hygiene products, beds, a small refrigerator, and the cheapest washing machine.
 If we manage to fulfill the wishes of little Nikusha, then we will make happy not him, but God himself!

You can come to visit and meet this wonderful woman.  She will charge you with her optimism and open your eyes!  Her address is: Lanchkhuti, 52 Mgeladze street.

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

We are sure that together we can warm them up and give them confidence in the future.

Please don’t forget to repost our story. Let your friends know about the grief of this family! 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:

Our Fund’s accounts are:




(purpose: Lia Tsintsadze).

You can also transfer money from our website.

It is also possible to transfer money from TBCpay and ExpressPay 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 help of strangers! Life is always unpredictable!

We have good news for you - now you can read the stories of our beneficiaries on Instagram: and Telegram:

Even if you dial once this special number, it might save someone's life: 0901 200 270! God bless you!

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