Our children

Dancing with Joy

6 years

Donetsk

She was five years old when she began to notice the snickering and strange looks that she got while walking around. Her classmates began teasing her about her funny eyes and she started to realize that she didn’t look like everyone else.
From Despair to Israel

4 years

Cherkasy, Ukraine

“Mama! Mama!” cried Daniel as his grandmother put him to bed. His heart ached for his mother, who had been there for him every day of his life until recently. He couldn’t understand what it meant to be temporarily separated. Life without her was misery. 
Finding his Voice

8 years

At six years old, Semyon was non-verbal. He would grunt and point and make other basic sounds to express his needs. The inability to express himself meant that he did not have any friends and that he spent a lot of his time feeling frustrated. Frustration is a debilitating emotion. It causes the one feeling it have a sense of being trapped or confined. Semyon felt trapped by his limitations and therefore would often cry or shout and was rarely happy.
To Grow with Love

years

Sophia has thrived for the past few years under the love and support of LifeChanger FSU. Her unique set of challenges have not deterred her and she is a happy little girl. Here is her story, a heartwarming example of how LifeChanger FSU can make impactful and lasting change in the lives of those who would otherwise have no hope.
The Twelve Year Old Nanny

years

Masha is a happy and bright child who is quick to grasp anything she is taught. She is sweet, thoughtful and has a winning smile. Anyone who meets her is enamored. Classmates who spend school days laughing and joking with Masha often invite her to their homes after school, she declines with an excuse and averts her eyes so they will not see the sadness that fills them.