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Seán's volunteer trip to Vesnova

Seán's volunteer trip to Vesnova

Fundraising For Dublin Chernobyl Children International
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On 19th January I will travel to Vesnova Children's Mental Asylum with Adi Roche's Chernobyl Children International to volunteer for a week.

Dublin Chernobyl Children International

Rest & Recuperation Programme for children from Vesnova Orphanage and from impoverished families and...

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Having been involved with the Dublin branch of CCI for the past number of years and hosting Victor, Sergey and Vitalyk last summer as part of their Summer R&R in Ireland, I will travel to Vesnova for the first time at the end of January to volunteer in the orphanage for a week. 

 

All funds raised will go towards medical supplies for the orphanage and the Summer R&R programme. CCI has a very special place in the hearts of both myself and Sonia.  All donations, big and small, are very much appreciated and will make a massive difference to the lives of the children and young adults being cared for...

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18-01-2019

laura mcguinness

best of luck sean, please find my Masha in unit 5 and smoother her in love and hugs from me

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18-01-2019

PK

Enjoy the trip buddy and fair play!

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17-01-2019

Michael C

Best of luck you absolute legend!!

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17-01-2019

Claire OH

Best of luck

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16-01-2019

Ronan, NLN Swords

Good luck with everything!

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14-01-2019

Mam n Dad

Great thing to do Fair play Best of luck

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About the Cause

Dublin Chernobyl Children International
Rest & Recuperation Programme for children from Vesnova Orphanage and from impoverished families and for children living in radiation zones. Medical & �Nursing care for Vesnova Mental Asylum which homes 170 children with both mental and physical disabilities.� Hospice and Community Care Programme which gives support in the form of nurses, therapists, medical equipment and medicines to terminally ill children being cared for by their families thus keeping them out of an institution.� Car...