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    09 Feb 2024
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    Julie Raftery has been our most amazing fundraiser over the last few years. Her last Ladies Festive Lunch in Narborough raised a wonderful £750 for CCP and the same for Air Ambulance. She is now planning another Ladies Lunch at the same venue for March 19th and supporting us again. Julie also organises the Foxton Trot and Croft Canter...
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    17 Jan 2024
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    We have worked with Zhuravichi Boarding Home for more than 20 years. It used to be a home for children but recently became an institution for adults. We still continue to provide some support by funding an extra carer who...
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    28 Oct 2023
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    Mags and Ken Whiting, seen here with CCP Director Linda Walker, played a key role in Chernobyl Children’s Project for over 25 years. Ken passed away peacefully this week, aged 96. Mags had died six months earlier and Ken promised her then that it would not be long before he came to join...
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Who are we?

Our mission is to help those in Belarus whose lives continue to be blighted by the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster – babies born with genetic disorders and children with cancer or disabilities. We also seek to provide social and educational opportunities for children with disabilities and to move children and young people out of institutions. Follow the link below to discover how we got here and how we are doing this:

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Let’s improve the lives of children with disabilities in Belarus

Not only are we striving hard to make the lives of those kids and young adults living in institutions happier and more fulfilled but, through an intense programme of education and training, we are fighting hard to encourage the authorities to provide better care in the community so that as many people as possible can live as independently as possible in family type environments. But all this costs money and we desperately need your help.

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Ukraine Crisis

Because of the tragic ongoing war in Ukraine, we are not able to bring children to the UK for holidays or send volunteers to Belarus.
 
But our important work within Belarus, supporting children and young people with disabilities, is continuing as usual, and you can read all about it in our Winter Newsletter 2023
 
We are very grateful to everyone who has continued to support us through these difficult times. 

Words from children in our program