Fulfill a "little" dream of disabled orphans - help to create "House of Faith, Hope and Love"
Supported accommodation is an advanced universal experience of arranging settlement of disabled people in little houses (communities, centers etc.). From 4 to 8 persons will live in the community as opposed to orphanage. Community inhabitants will be able to develop their personality, organize their mode of life and make other decisions on arranging their life. They will be maximally approached the community and will be able to take part in the community life. Inhabitants of supported accommodation will be able to get education upon individual program and work not only inside the community, but also out of it, and earn money by themselves.
First big step to creation of supported accommodation is done - we purchased the house that is located in Obertyn Town in Tlumach district in Ivano-Frankivsk region. The area of the main part of the house is 72 square meters (51 square meters of it is living space). One part of the building is made of bricks, another one is made of clay and wood.
In order to make it new and real home for disabled children we have to do a lot of things. First thing we need is house reconstruction inside and outside of it. We also need renovation and arrangement of the house in order for disabled inhabitants to move in the house and its territory free and feel there comfortable. The house has the additional building, that will become one of the rooms, summer kitchen and other buildings, which will be also used for needs of the community, for example, as repair room.
We need to make a lot of efforts and funds to do all these.
That is why we start collecting funds for reconstruction, renovation and arrangement of the house in Obertyn and its arrangement for disabled people.
Orphans, who will be living there, are looking forward to the opportunity to move to their own home from the orphanage. It is the real chance to live an independent life, has its own room and personal stuff and even take part in life of the community.