Family Camps for foster families “Together is Better”

140 children and adults from 18 foster families came together for our two four-day Family Camps. There were specialised activities for every age group, bringing both learning and development and lots of fun! While staff and volunteers engaged the children with drama, health and safety and games, parents learned skills they need for fostering from Child Psychologists.

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Helping Children
November 29, 2021

Вакансія «Консультант з питань сімейних форм виховання»


Як консультант з питань сімейних форм виховання  «Care in Action – Турбота в дії» ви будете працювати з координатором проекту «Підтримка опікунів», щоб досягнути мети проекту: «Ми навчаємо і підтримуємо батьків-вихователів і прийомних батьків, щоб допомогти їм забезпечити дітей, які перебувають під їхньою опікою, сприятливим для розвитку середовищем». Якщо ви маєте особисту мотивацію підтримувати прийомні сім’ї – ця робота саме для вас.
Helping Children
November 03, 2021

Школа самостійного життя: підлітки дізнаються про навички 21 століття

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32 соціально вразливих юнаків і дівчат зібралося на третій і заключній у цьому році «Школі самостійного життя». Два дні молоді люди ознайомлювались із навичками, які необхідні, щоб досягнути успіху у 21 столітті. Захід відбувся у рамках нашого проекту «КРОК» та за партнерства «Служби у справах дітей» ЛМР».
Helping Children
October 22, 2021

Stories of how Sponsorship changes lives


In this article you can meet some of the people in Ukraine whose lives are better because of sponsorship: from Oksana who is inspired to help children because we helped her through a difficult time, to Nadia who needs help to achieve her dream to be a vet. 45 children in Ukraine and 22 children in Malawi benefit from Sponsorship with Care in Action.
Helping Children
August 27, 2021

Culture and Creativity with the Veselovsky Family


A fun event to engage with Ukrainian art and culture was brought to 25 disadvantaged young people in Lviv, where the Veselovsky family showed their talents and got everyone involved in music, painting and making traditional Motanka dolls.
Helping Children
July 26, 2021

Family Camps for foster families “Together is Better”


140 children and adults from 18 foster families came together for our two four-day Family Camps. There were specialised activities for every age group, bringing both learning and development and lots of fun! While staff and volunteers engaged the children with drama, health and safety and games, parents learned skills they need for fostering from Child Psychologists.
Helping Children
July 01, 2021

The School of Independent Life: Media Literacy


Our camp taught media literacy skills to 25 teenagers who are fostered or have difficult circumstances at home. Over two days the young people learned essential skills for our digital world: critical thinking, understanding information bubbles, and how to create own quality content. We want to thank our charismatic speakers, volunteers and donors for making this possible!
Helping Children
June 17, 2021

Developing potential through mentoring and tutoring


Children can’t learn well when they’re stressed and don't have a stable home. We start with a personal mentor, then when a child has a supportive role model in their life we can help with tutoring. This brings positive changes for children like Maria, and develops their potential so they can succeed in life.
Helping Children
May 25, 2021

International volunteers give online tutoring


Can international volunteers personally help a child in Ukraine during the pandemic? Absolutely! 12 young people in Germany helped 12 disadvantaged young people in Ukraine to improve their English conversation skills through weekly online tutoring. The next tutoring course will begin in September.
Helping Children
April 07, 2021

The story of our Parenting in Action journal


This year our expert journal went to 6,000 people who care for children in 22 regions of Ukraine. The central theme was The Power of the Family, and Ukrainian experts contributed articles to help foster families. Who is involved and how does this help? Here is the story of this year’s Parenting in Action.