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8 June 2022

About the Palliative care program during the full-scale war in Ukraine

Ukraine has lost hundreds of children because of the Russian aggression. But we are continuing to lose children because of cancer.

During the full-scale invasion, Tabletochki’s Palliative care program has not stopped its work for a day because no family should be left alone when a child has a life-limiting illness.

In the first days of the war, the Foundation provided the pediatric department of the Palliative Care Center in Kyiv with hygiene products, consumables, and special nutrition. 

Today there are 33 children in our palliative care program. We helped 15 families of palliative patients evacuate abroad.

Several families spent weeks under occupation in the northern part of the Kyiv region. We helped them to evacuate, and now they are in safe places, and the children are receiving the necessary care.

Unfortunately, one family – parents who lost a child to cancer a few years ago – died in Mariupol. Another family remains in the temporarily occupied territory and, from time to time, sends a short message to our coordinator.

Families who decide to stay in Ukraine receive help with medication and support from a team of psychologists and doctors. 

Three doctors now serve in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Whenever possible, we continue to fulfill the wards’ dreams to give them moments of joy in these dark times.

We also stay with families who have lost a child – in Ukraine or abroad. We provide psychological support and financial aid.

We thank all the donors and partners for their sincere hearts and the support of the families of the palliative care program. Thank you for being by their sides.

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News / 25 February 2022

The Foundation continues to work and accept new applications for help

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