In 2018, Association realizes such projects  

1. Support of the severely ill small patients in “OHMATDIT” – central children hospital (Kyiv). One of the needs of these patients is social and psychological support. We welcome charitable  care for purchasing of books, toys, educational games etc. We need your offerings which are intended to this. The most close cooperation the Association has with the Center of medical psychology, Center “Clinic of HIV/AIDS treatment”, Ukrainian center of children toxicology, Center of children blood cancer etc. At the same time, abour 150 children aged 0-18 are within this wards.


2. Artists support hospices in Kyiv. In the frameworks of the program we organise charitable concerts and other events when our action volunteers collect offering for support of our patients. The nearest concert is going to be organised on 20th November 2011. We need volunteers which could help us to organise cultural events-fundraisers.


3. Care to elderly home palliative care program in Pechersk district of Kyiv. There are 10 incurably ill elderly in the home hospice and around 40 pallaitive clients. The holistic care includes social, medical, nursing, psychological and spiritual care. Elderly care social center, local public health care facilities, spiritual / religious organizations are united to support such people.


4. Creating of the better enviroment of fundraising for the incurably ill and members of their families in Kyiv. The project realised with the financial support  of Australian Government. It foresees the publication of special newsletters, support of the web-site, as well as educational events of our Association. Thanks to all whose generous offers support us.


5. With the support of the Democracy Fund of the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine implemented the project with help seriously ill citizens. The project is free hotline rights seriously ill patients and their families, conducted training and educational work with the leaders of NGOs in Kyiv and Kyiv region.

6. With the support of the EU and NED, within the framework of the National Exchange Program, in 2016-2018 projects were implemented for the development of palliative and hospice care in Khmelnytsky, Ivano-Frankivsk, Transcarpathian, Lutsk and Volyn regions.