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The ticket that gave hope

Jan
20

Even in the darkest times, the light of God’s love can light a flame of hope. Oncological disease, war, ruined plans, and a million questions. All this happened to one Ukrainian girl, whose name we will not name today. But in this darkness, our donations gave hope. From the Foundation’s financial income, the transportation of the girl to Italy was paid in the amount of 8602.62 hryvnias. This is not just a plane ticket, it is proof of God’s care.

❗️By the way, thanks to your financial support, we also paid for other children. In November and December, airline tickets were purchased in the amount of 28,144.88 hryvnias.

Thank you, dear ones, for the work that God is doing through your open hearts and generous donations!

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We remind you that you can always join in order to shine a light of hope in many more hearts. We are currently collecting money for the purchase of a land plot for the construction of a hospital.

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If you want to participate in the construction of the First Christian Oncology Clinic for children in Ukraine – join!

Bank details of the Nonprofit Corporation “Timosha’s Smile”:

Instant Payment Link:

send.monobank.ua (https://send.monobank.ua/jar/2jSVJ9SeVu)

PayPal: timoshas.smile@gmail.com

Zelle: timoshas.smile.@gmail.com

https://timoshas-smile.org/donate/  

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