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We will be happy to answer your questions and help prepare texts and videos about the work of the Foundation and our wards. We may also provide comments for charity or pediatric oncology materials.

The work of the Fund is possible only with the support of the community. If your magazine, radio station, or television channel tells us about our activities, more children with cancer will get a chance to recover:

  • First, more people will join the fund and support us.
  • Second, people will know where to go for help in case of a child’s illness in the family or in their own environment. And this is important.
  • Third, you will help develop a culture of charity in Ukraine.
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Publications about us

Ukraine War: The families forced to say goodbye and flee

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Ukraine war: The heartbreaking moment Ukrainian children with cancer are forced to say goodbye to their fathers and flee

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St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital proves change begins with faith, trust and purpose

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War with Russia and cancer. Children from Ukrainian cancer hospitals evacuated to Poland

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Getting children suffering from cancer out of the country

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Hero Ukrainians risk lives to convoy hundreds of children with cancer out of country for treatment in UK

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Kids with cancer in Ukraine shelter in hospital basements, hoping to evacuate

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Plight of the cancer children who could die from lack of treatment – if Russia’s bombs don’t kill them first

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Desperate efforts to treat kids with cancer in war-torn Ukraine

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