MEDICAL HELP

Project 'Operation Can Be Done'

We sponsor life-changing surgeries for children in desperate need. So many children are walking, seeing, and hearing for the first time!

15 YEARS +

300 OPERATIONS +

12 MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS

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MARIA GORBATKO
Maria was put into an orphanage at age six, due to parental problems. Her legs were deformed and she could not walk without assistance. Our volunteers noticed this cheerful girl and started a series of major medical operations and physio. Maria told us that once during anesthesia she saw a bright light and someone she didn't know. She said when this Person was nearby, she felt good and safe. Her dream has come true! She can walk and she does it with a smile!

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Medicine and Supplies

We have currently focused our scope onto supporting Ukrainians during the war by supplying much-needed medicine and medical equipment, such as crutches, wheelchairs, and much more.

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THE TESTIMONY OF MILANA

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While we were delivering groceries to families in need, we met Dasha, and her three children. Dasha was so surprised to see us, but immediately made us feel like family. Dasha was working hard to feed and clothe her children but her five-year-old daughter Milana's eyes were failing and getting worse. Dasha could not afford to go to an eye clinic. Later that same week, Milana was so excited to go to the eye doctor! The doctor told us, "In addition to the strabismus (abnormal alignment of the eyes), both Milana's eyes are degrading" (L40% and R60%). The good doctor prescribed glasses (which we purchased). For the first time in her life, at the age of five, Milana could clearly see her mother and the world around her. Milana was hysterical with excitement, and yelled, "Look! Mom! Look at this plant!" Dasha, with tears of joy, was thanking God and the loving people who made this possible. Milana also needed surgery and what a joy it was to tell them that the "operation can be done".