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It's all about children

  • Support for Children
  • Support for Hospitals
  • Healthcare Workforce Professional Development
  • Children's Rights Protection and Advocacy

Support for Children

Cancer treatment is complicated and lasts for a long time. Tabletochki supports a child through every stage of the disease. Examination, diagnostics, search for and procurement of medicines, treatment coordination in Ukraine and overseas, psychological support and organization of special events for children ‒ all of this is done by Tabletochki team and our volunteers.

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Support for Hospitals

Our Foundation systematically supports Ukrainian children's hospitals in purchasing equipment, renovating facility premises, improving working conditions for healthcare workforce. We consistently collaborate with 21 children's cancer units. Monthly, 400 children from all over Ukraine receive targeted assistance from the Foundation.

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Healthcare Workforce Professional Development

The Foundation invests in the professional development of Ukrainian medical staff. Tabletochki provides access to in-hospital training, international and local study visits, workshops and education programs, paid subscriptions to international medical journals.

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Children's Rights Protection and Advocacy

Tabletochki proactively cooperates with the state authorities, public sector, and other charitable foundations to advocate for childhood cancer patients and their families' rights.

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10 years

changing the field of pediatric oncology with partners and supporters

5 000 children

received targeted assistance from the Foundation for the time being

500 children

are being taken care of each month

21 pediatric oncology units

are systematically supported by the Foundation

343 179 340 UAH

raised to provide support for children

9 258 963 UAH

worth support received children in March 2021

No child with cancer left out

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How you can help

14 YEARS OLD

IRA

In September last year Ira was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia, i.e., blood cancer. Since then, her family has gone through the diagnosis rejecting stage, depressing doctors' predictions, and lots of copious tears. 100 days have already passed since the day of her HSCT.

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2 YEARS OLD

SASHKO

When you see Sasha, you can never tell he is sick since the day he was born. Sasha is an extremely energetic kid with a ravenous thirst for life. Doctors think that a HSCT will give him a chance to become completely healthy.

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